" BOSTON (CBS) – The task in front of all three Republican candidates for the Commonwealth’s open U.S. Senate seat was clear: find a way to differentiate themselves from one another.
It was a job easier said than done. Former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez, State Representative Dan Winslow, and former US Attorney Michael Sullivan all opposed President Barack Obama’s budget proposal for example, and all three oppose the president’s health care reforms.
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One area in which there was some disagreement is this week’s historic vote on gun control taking place in the Senate chamber where the men hope to serve. The current proposal before senators would expand the number and scope of background checks required prior to gun purchases "
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