Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chris Gabrieli talked to convention delegates at the home of Salem’s mayor, Stanley Usovicz, in May. His campaign has stressed his ‘‘record of results.’’

Gabrieli's record: taking a closer look

Pointing to achievements, candidate gilds the results

By Andrea Estes and Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / June 18, 2006

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Christopher Gabrieli is running for governor on a ``record of results." The venture capitalist claims credit for helping create 100,000 jobs, convincing the state pension board to invest up to $600 million in the local economy, and pushing an embryonic stem cell research bill through the Legislature. (Full article: 2386 words)

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