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Kerry, Beatty trade jabs on partisanship at final debate

Candidates Senator John Kerry (right) and Jeff Beatty sparred over gun control and immigration in the hour-long exchange. Candidates Senator John Kerry (right) and Jeff Beatty sparred over gun control and immigration in the hour-long exchange. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / October 28, 2008

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Senator John F. Kerry sought to frame his Republican challenger Jeff Beatty in a debate yesterday as a staunch member of the GOP who would weaken the state's clout in Washington, while Beatty tried to emphasize his independence from the party line. (Full article: 708 words)

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