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Healey seen giving little help to other GOP hopefuls

Focus is on keeping party in corner office

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / April 29, 2006

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Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey, to be nominated for governor today by Republican convention delegates, is doing little to make sure the 2006 GOP ticket is filled out with credible candidates for other statewide offices, party sources and strategists said yesterday. (Full article: 1077 words)

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