Candidates rally for the homestretch

3 Democrats push for votes

(Left to right) Deval Patrick spoke at a high-tech conference, then welcomed a visit by Barack Obama, Christopher Gabrieli hit South Station, a South Boston diner, and a private fund-raiser, and Thomas Reilly courted delegates with phone calls, and reminded volunteers, 'Game on!'
By Scott Helman and Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / June 2, 2006

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One candidate courted delegates over eggs and bacon at a Southie diner. Another basked in the glow of a national political celebrity. A third worked the phones from his office and netted a big union endorsement. (Full article: 981 words)

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