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Democrats Steve Grossman, Martha Coakley, and Donald Berwick participate in the 2014 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Forum on Mental Health in Boston. (AP)MoreCloseclosemore
Democrats Steve Grossman, Martha Coakley, and Donald Berwick participate in the 2014 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Forum on Mental Health in Boston. (AP)

It's primary day Tuesday, which means the candidates for governor of Massachusetts are focusing on rallying their supporters to get out the vote. That's particularly true for the two Democrats — Treasurer Steve Grossman and health care expert Donald Berwick — who are trailing the apparent front-runner, Attorney General Martha Coakley.

On the Republican side, Charlie Baker is expected to roll to an easy victory against his rival, businessman Mark Fisher.

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Asma Khalid, WBUR reporter covering politics. She tweets @asmamk.

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WBUR: On Final Weekend, Democratic Gov. Hopefuls Turn To Spirituality, Sports And 6th District

  • "The three Democrats vying for the corner office spent the weekend making a final pitch to potential voters ahead of the Massachusetts statewide primary elections Tuesday."

This segment aired on September 8, 2014.

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