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For Democrats, a tempting tack to the right

Candidates anxious in face of angry voters

State Senator Susan Fargo (left) greeted Ellie LeBlanc of Waltham at a Shaw’s market in Waltham. Fargo says she wants to repeal sales and alcohol tax hikes. State Senator Susan Fargo (left) greeted Ellie LeBlanc of Waltham at a Shaw’s market in Waltham. Fargo says she wants to repeal sales and alcohol tax hikes. (Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / August 23, 2010

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Susan L. Fargo, a veteran Democratic state senator from Lincoln, is on the campaign trail armed with a Republican talking point: Repeal last year’s sales and alcohol tax increases. (Full article: 1116 words)

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