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Where's the party?

15 Republican candidates took on region's Democrats in 2004; this year is a different story

By Robert Preer
Globe Correspondent / March 19, 2006

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Two years ago, Governor Mitt Romney declared his mission to rebuild the state Republican Party, starting with the Democrat-dominated Legislature. Buoyed by his win in 2002, Romney and other GOP leaders had recruited more than 100 candidates, most to take on entrenched incumbents. Romney raised money for the candidates and campaigned with them while the state party ran advertising to ... (Full article: 880 words)

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