Mass. Senate GOP candidates attend meet and greet

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April 12, 2013, 6:36 pm
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(NECN: Siobhan Connolly) - All three republican candidates for Mass. Senate were in Worcester Thursday night.

It was a friendly meet and greet, just hours after a heated debate.

The gloves were off Wednesday when the GOP candidates were locked in a debate.

But Mike Sullivan, Gabriel Gomez, and Dan Winslow were arm in arm at the event a day later.

“Last night I think was good. We had an opportunity to share some difference and show passion and emotion and your excitement about running and hopefully serving in the United States Senate,” said Sullivan.

Thursday’s event attracted more than 100 Republicans from Massachusetts.

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