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Candidates are hoping TV ads can pitch them into Senate seat

US Senate candidates (clockwise from top left) Mike Capuano, Martha Coakley, Steve Pagliuca, and Alan Khazei each released new 30-second TV spots (as seen on Youtube) this week, the latest in a long string of televised pitches that have dominated this short campaign, which began just three months ago. US Senate candidates (clockwise from top left) Mike Capuano, Martha Coakley, Steve Pagliuca, and Alan Khazei each released new 30-second TV spots (as seen on Youtube) this week, the latest in a long string of televised pitches that have dominated this short campaign, which began just three months ago.
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / December 4, 2009

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Stephen G. Pagliuca is surrounding himself with images of the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Martha Coakley is confronting Wall Street. Michael E. Capuano is talking tough. Alan Khazei is touting endorsements. (Full article: 996 words)

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