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Senate candidates resume campaigning, vow less sniping

Three days after the Boston Marathon bombings prompted them to pull down their ads and stop campaigning, the candidates for US Senate in Massachusetts ­began to stump for votes again, rejoin­ing a race that has been ­upended by the deadly attack.

Two of the Republican candidates, state Representative Daniel B. Winslow and former US attorney Michael J. Sullivan, took part in a candidates’ forum Thursday night in Taunton, hours after President Obama led an emotional service for the bombing victims at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in ­Boston’s South End.

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