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Can't Beat Kennedy: Makayla from Hopedale

1. Tiger Woods has a new restaurant opening this spring in Florida, called The Woods Jupiter:  Sports and Dining Club.  The reason he didn’t use his full name is because he can’t as Nike owns it.  126 more words

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Former GOP nominee Romney will not run for president in '16

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will not run for president in 2016.

Three weeks after unexpectedly saying he was considering a third campaign for the White House, the former Massachusetts governor told members of his staff during a Friday conference call that he is out of race. 95 more words

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Massachusetts Has a New Man in Charge

By: Alyssa Murphy

Charlie Baker has officially clinched the open gubernatorial seat in Massachusetts, late last night. After the long fought battle against opponent Martha Coakley, Baker finally made strides toward taking the lead in the polls in the few days… 480 more words

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Can Baker Take Boston?

By: Alyssa Murphy

After what has already been an unpredictable battle, at the close of polls tomorrow, it is sure to be anyone’s race. Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker have fought a great deal for the future leadership of Massachusetts but several surveys, including one conducted by… 275 more words

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The Race Can't End in a Tie

By: Alyssa Murphy

Over the past two Monday’s rounding out the final weeks of October, Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley have gone head-to-head in two televised debates in consecutive weeks. 266 more words

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The Electorate Tells All

By: Alyssa Murphy

It comes as no surprise that turnout for midterm elections is bleak. Voters in America are busy, pre-occupied and overwhelmed, and that is just in reference to how they feel during presidential races. 327 more words

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Boston Globe and Herald Merge!

It’s rare to find the two local dailies on the same page, but today it’s this one:

The Boston Globe’s somewhat surprising endorsement of Charlie Baker… 139 more words