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Gomez brings closing argument to Newton, other towns

NEWTON -- Gabriel E. Gomez launched into the final stretch before Tuesday’s election by campaigning at a Newton fun run, which he ran with his wife and a team of eight campaign volunteers.

The Republican candidate for US Senate continued to push his closing argument -- that he’s asking voters to give him a chance to serve just 17 months in Washington, and that his Democratic competitor, US Representative Edward J. Markey, has had 37 years in Congress to make his case.

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