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Edward Markey faults Gabriel Gomez on campaign financing

Democratic US Representative Edward J. Markey indicated Monday that he would work to push campaign financing to the center of the US Senate campaign, trying to use the issue to link Republican nominee Gabriel E. Gomez to national conservative figures unpopular in Massachusetts.

Markey sought to highlight Gomez's refusal to sign the so-called People’s Pledge, an agreement designed to discourage outside campaign spending by requiring candidates to pay 50 percent of the cost of independent third-party ads to a charity of the other candidate’s choice.

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