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The Numbers

Primary brought highest turnout since 1990

By Donovan Slack and Brian Mooney
Globe Staff / September 21, 2006

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More voters turned out for this week's election than for any Democratic primary since 1990, a surge that party officials credit to gubernatorial nominee Deval L. Patrick's grass-roots organizing and that analysts say was also fueled by competitive local races and voter-turnout drives. (Full article: 689 words)

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