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US House candidate defends his record

Perry acknowledges mistakes as officer; 10th District rivals make candor issue

Four candidates for the Republican nomination in the 10th Congressional District met yesterday in a debate on NECN moderated by Jim Braude (center). They are (from left), Robert Hayden, Ray Kasperowicz, Joseph D. Malone, and Jeffrey Perry. Four candidates for the Republican nomination in the 10th Congressional District met yesterday in a debate on NECN moderated by Jim Braude (center). They are (from left), Robert Hayden, Ray Kasperowicz, Joseph D. Malone, and Jeffrey Perry. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / August 18, 2010

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Congressional candidate Jeffrey D. Perry, debating his three Republican rivals in the 10th District race yesterday, defended his record as a Wareham police officer even as he acknowledged some mistakes. (Full article: 845 words)

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