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(NECN) - The battle for Massachusetts' 6th Congressional District is one of the closest and hardest-fought Congressional races in the nation, where the incumbent and his challenger are locked in a race that could go either way.
John Tierney, a Democrat from Salem, has served in the House of Representatives since 1997, and is seeking reelection to his ninth term in Congress.
Richard Tisei, a Republican from Wakefield, has served 26 years as a state legislator and was the GOP candidate for lieutenant governor in 2010.
In this part of the debate, Tierney and Tisei participated in moderator Jim Braude's lightning round of questions.
Watch the attached video for more.