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Murray says he's 'ready to rock and roll'

Worcester mayor wins spot on ticket

Timothy P. Murray and his wife, Tammy, greeted his supporters at Union Station Restaurant last night in Worcester.
By Matt Viser and Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / September 20, 2006

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WORCESTER -- Moments after declaring victory as the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor last night, Worcester Mayor Timothy P. Murray went on the attack, criticizing the Republicans for not funding law enforcement, overseeing an inadequate commuter rail system, and allowing property taxes to increase at a rapid clip. (Full article: 556 words)

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