- Associated Press - Saturday, October 18, 2014

BOSTON (AP) - The Democratic and Republican candidates for governor are heading out for another weekend of greeting voters.

Democrat Martha Coakley begins her campaigning Saturday by offering remarks to service employee union members in Westborough before shaking hands with voters in Springfield at a sheet metal workers’ union hall.

She’ll end the day in Worcester at the Democratic Coordinated Campaign Office talking to volunteers after a canvassing event.

Republican Charlie Baker is planning to begin Saturday taking part in a veteran’s discussion in Revere.

Later, Baker meets with voters and members of the fishing community in Gloucester with Republican congressional hopeful Richard Tisei. He will end the day attending a seniors event in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.

On Sunday, Coakley will meet with Brazilian voters in Framingham and receive the backing of Asian American leaders in Boston.


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