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THE GOVERNOR’S RACE

Rivals differ on serving seniors

Forum messages geared to reliable group of voters

Joan LaRowe from Great Island, an over-55 community in Plymouth, knitted and listened intently to the candidates. Joan LaRowe from Great Island, an over-55 community in Plymouth, knitted and listened intently to the candidates. (Pat Greenhouse/ Globe Staff)
By Noah Bierman and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / October 21, 2010

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Republican Charles D. Baker attacked Governor Deval Patrick for cutting prescription drug assistance and driving up property taxes by slashing local aid yesterday as the candidates for governor debated in front of hundreds of senior citizens. (Full article: 803 words)

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