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Sunday, October 15, 2006

Playing the race card in the race for governor


In a letter to the editor today, Dan Seidman of Watertown says that, with the election a little more than three weeks away, race could still have a role in deciding the outcome.

The number of voters whose decisions will be at least partially affected by race is fairly small. But it is sizable enough that Kerry Healey can gain points by denouncing the work and mission of the NAACP.

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