In what can only be called a show of confidence, an ally of Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker called an aide of Governor Deval Patrick to ask for a transition meeting Tuesday morning, The Boston Globe reports.
The call came from James Peyser, the former chair of the state Board of Education, The Globe reports:
[Baker] Campaign manager Jim Conroy said Peyser had called the Patrick aide Tuesday morning. The aide asked for a means of reaching Baker after polls close and that the administration would contact Baker’s team on Wednesday if he wins the election, Conroy said.
Recent polls have shown Baker with a slight lead over Democratic candidate Martha Coakley.
“I don’t think it’s anything out of the ordinary,’’ Conroy told The Globe, calling it “a standard, precautionary planning practice.’’
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