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From left, Christopher Gabrieli, Thomas F. Reilly, and Deval L. Patrick in their debate last night at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Democrats turn up heat

Gubernatorial foes tangle over policy, personal wealth, records

By Frank Phillips and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / September 8, 2006

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The three Democratic candidates for governor tangled in a spirited and tense debate last night, arguing over a host of policy issues, the economy, tax cuts, healthcare, and, in heated exchanges, over personal wealth and career track records. (Full article: 1292 words)

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