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CAMPAIGN 2010

McKenna launches attacks, bid for AG

Republican James P. McKenna (above) greeted supporters in Worcester yesterday when he kicked off his campaign to run for Massachusetts attorney general against the Democratic incumbent, Martha Coakley. McKenna vowed to crack down on public corruption and illegal immigration. Republican James P. McKenna (above) greeted supporters in Worcester yesterday when he kicked off his campaign to run for Massachusetts attorney general against the Democratic incumbent, Martha Coakley. McKenna vowed to crack down on public corruption and illegal immigration. (Steven Senne/ Associated Press)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / September 30, 2010

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James P. McKenna, a little-known Republican lawyer hoping to unseat Attorney General Martha Coakley, kicked off his campaign yesterday with a vow to crack down on public corruption and illegal immigration but declined to state his position on another controversial issue that has come before the office, gay marriage. (Full article: 721 words)

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