" BOSTON (AP) — Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Edward Markey made appeals to voters Monday in the final hours before Massachusetts’ special election for the U.S. Senate, where turnout is expected to be light, a contrast to the high-profile special election in the state three years ago.
Markey, a longtime congressman who’s leading in polls ahead of the election, planned a get-out-the-vote drive Monday throughout the state, greeting supporters in Springfield and Worcester and participating in a business tour of downtown Lawrence before attending a rally in his hometown of Malden.
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Gomez, a businessman and former Navy SEAL who’s a political newcomer, focused his attention on southeastern Massachusetts "
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