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Healey advisers defend negative campaign plan

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / November 8, 2006

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The irony is, they wanted Deval L. Patrick. In early September, advisers to Kerry Healey knew the political climate was so dangerously anti-incumbent, anti-Romney, and anti-Republican that her only hope of winning was drawing a liberal opponent like Patrick. They reasoned that voters disagreed with him on issues from taxes to immigration to teacher merit pay. (Full article: 1002 words)

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