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Christy Mihos, an independent running for governor, discussed his immigrant father’s grocery store, his days as a student government leader at Stonehill College, and his relationship with his family. Mihos also revealed that he and some band mates once made a Greek record, in the latest of a series of conversations with candidates for governor by the Globe and New England Cable News.

Focus put on people, problem solving

April 26, 2006

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Christy Mihos, running for governor as an independent, was interviewed Monday by the Globe's Carolyn Ryan and New England Cable News's Jim Braude as part of a series of conversations with candidates for the corner office. The interviews are focusing on the candidates' backgrounds, as part of extensive coverage of their records and plans for the state. Future interviews with ... (Full article: 2432 words)

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