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Pulling out all the stops

Obama, in Hub, says he needs Coakley; Brown swipes at ‘machine politicians’

President Obama rallied supporters of Martha Coakley in Boston yesterday. President Obama rallied supporters of Martha Coakley in Boston yesterday. (Matthew J. Lee/ Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser and Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / January 18, 2010

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President Obama, putting his political capital on the line, swept into town yesterday to bolster Martha Coakley’s campaign in the final days of an extraordinarily and unexpectedly tight US Senate race, saying that a Democratic victory tomorrow is vital to moving his agenda forward. (Full article: 1289 words)

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