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Would presidency benefit Bay State?

It would seem to provide a home-field advantage, but economists say winning a race for the Oval Office is no guarantee of a financial grand slam for the victor's home state.

By Charles Stein
Globe Staff / July 25, 2004

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Not long ago, a tourist from Copenhagen had a question for Patrick Moscaritolo, head of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau. The man didn't want to know how to get to the Freedom Trail or Quincy Market. He wanted directions to Louisburg Square on Beacon Hill so that he could take a look at John Kerry's house. (Full Article: 1171 Words)

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