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In last debate, Coakley’s foes go after each other

Capuano tangles with Pagliuca

US Senate candidates (from left): Martha Coakley, Michael Capuano, Stephen Pagliuca, and Alan Khazei awaited their debate last night. Fixing Pagliuca’s microphone was David Earle, an audio engineer for NECN-TV. US Senate candidates (from left): Martha Coakley, Michael Capuano, Stephen Pagliuca, and Alan Khazei awaited their debate last night. Fixing Pagliuca’s microphone was David Earle, an audio engineer for NECN-TV. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / December 3, 2009

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Attorney General Martha Coakley coasted through the final televised debate of the short Democratic primary campaign for US Senate last night, as two opponents lagging in the polls, US Representative Michael E. Capuano and businessman Stephen G. Pagliuca, sniped at each other for much of the hour. (Full article: 1227 words)

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