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Brown reaches out on Boston Democratic turf

Scott Brown met with some Boston clergy yesterday, including (from left) Senior Pastor Hurmon E. Hamilton of Roxbury Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Jeffrey Brown, the Rev. Ray Hammond, the Rev. Eugene F. Rivers III, and Pastor Soliny Vedrine. Scott Brown met with some Boston clergy yesterday, including (from left) Senior Pastor Hurmon E. Hamilton of Roxbury Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Jeffrey Brown, the Rev. Ray Hammond, the Rev. Eugene F. Rivers III, and Pastor Soliny Vedrine. (Pat Greenhouse/ Globe Staff)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / January 27, 2010

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US Senator-elect Scott Brown, a Republican catapulted into office by frustrated suburban voters, ventured into the urban Democratic heart of Massachusetts yesterday, meeting with the mayor of Boston and the leaders of the city’s largest black and Hispanic churches. (Full article: 987 words)

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