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Baker says no job deal for Loscocco

Vows not to reward his late backing if elected

By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / October 5, 2010

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Facing continued accusations that he helped broker a backroom deal, Republican Charles D. Baker pledged yesterday that he would not give a job to Timothy P. Cahill’s former running mate, who abandoned the ticket last week to endorse Baker for governor. (Full article: 990 words)

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