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CAMPAIGN 2010 | SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Tierney, Hudak spar about tax crimes, tax cuts, and Obama

Representative John F. Tierney (left) and challenger Bill Hudak debated before a large crowd in Beverly. Representative John F. Tierney (left) and challenger Bill Hudak debated before a large crowd in Beverly.
By Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Staff / October 15, 2010

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In the first lengthy public debate since his wife pleaded guilty to federal tax crimes last week, US Representative John F. Tierney defended his record last night and blasted his rival for raising the issue. (Full article: 671 words)

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