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Republican Gabriel Gomez (center) launched into the final stretch of the US Senate special election by campaigning at a Newton fun run.
He ran with his wife and a team of eight campaign volunteers.
Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff
He and former state Senator Richard Tisei (left) made calls at a phone bank in Wakefield.
Gomez chatted with volunteer Craig Anderson, 14, of Gloucester during a stop at a barbecue.
"I would get more done in 17 months than he's done in 37 years," Gomez said of his opponent, Edward Markey.
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