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Chairman Philip W. Johnston, left, said the party needs to protect its nominees. Michael S. Dukakis, center, was the target of GOP attack ads in the 1988 presidential race. Cameron F. Kerry, brother of Senator John F. Kerry, will also serve on the committee.

Democrats seek to curb attack ads

Dukakis heads watchdog panel

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / July 9, 2006

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The state Democratic Party has created a four-member panel, headed by former governor Michael S. Dukakis, that will review campaign advertisements and publicly rebuke candidates who use negative attacks. (Full article: 1280 words)

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