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Christopher Gabrieli thanked his supporters after a campaign stop at a soccer field in Adams yesterday. ‘‘Adams is important. Every town in Massachusetts is important,’’ Gabrieli said.
Christopher Gabrieli thanked his supporters after a campaign stop at a soccer field in Adams yesterday. ‘‘Adams is important. Every town in Massachusetts is important,’’ Gabrieli said. (Stephen Rose/Globe Staff) Stephen Rose/Globe Staff

On a soccer Saturday, Gabrieli keeps his eye fixed on the goal

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / September 17, 2006

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ADAMS -- Sometimes he talks like an auctioneer, trying to cram just a few more arguments and anecdotes and ideas into each utterance. Every step of his campaign for governor is usually mapped out with precision, but yesterday brought just a little hiccup to Christopher Gabrieli's race to the finish. (Full article: 766 words)

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