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Christopher Gabrieli, a Democratic candidate for governor, discussed his youth in Buffalo, his lifelong friends from Harvard University, and his father’s immigrant values. He also explained what it’s like to be John F. Kerry’s neighbor, in the latest in a series of conversations with candidates for governor by the Globe and New England Cable News.
Race for governor: Christopher Gabrieli

For immigrants' son, family was first

April 20, 2006

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Christopher Gabrieli, one of three Democratic candidates for governor, was interviewed Tuesday by the Globe's Scott Helman and New England Cable News's Jim Braude as part of a series of conversations with candidates for the corner office. The interviews are focusing on the candidates' backgrounds, as part of extensive coverage of their records and plans for the state. Future interviews ... (Full article: 2412 words)

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