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Candidates got around with a little help from their friends

Discounts on use of jets now illegal

By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / December 18, 2007

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Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign used the corporate jets of Las Vegas casino tycoons, the head of NASCAR, and the billionaire owner of the Texas Rangers. John Edwards often had at his disposal the jets of high-powered trial lawyers. And Mitt Romney was transported on planes owned by 27 captains of industry and commerce. (Full article: 1430 words)

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