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A candidate in search of the common touch

He may be primed for policy debates, but gubernatorial hopeful Charles Baker concedes he is no natural on the stump

Republican Charles Baker spoke with diners, including Lynn Sanstrom (left) and Joan Duda, at the Ipswich Inn recently. Republican Charles Baker spoke with diners, including Lynn Sanstrom (left) and Joan Duda, at the Ipswich Inn recently. (Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / March 7, 2010

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IPSWICH - The guests were quiet. A few picked at their eggs. Others chatted. Charles D. Baker, Republican candidate for governor, was making his pitch to the breakfast crowd at the Ipswich Inn. (Full article: 1240 words)

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