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With her burger from The Real Deal, Maura Hennigan, a candidate for mayor of Boston, greeted riders Thursday on a trolley tour of West Roxbury Sales Days. She had been campaigning on Centre Street.

Frugal fight

Hennigan gets creative to match mayor's war chest

By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / June 27, 2005

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The reelection machinery for Mayor Thomas M. Menino is doing all the things expected of a seasoned, well-funded campaign. It has hired consultants, conducted voter opinion polls, spent thousands at a time on postage stamps alone. But his opponent is counting on something less expensive for success in November: candy. (Full article: 1291 words)

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