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The seven Republicans running for governor enliven a debate with questions about less traditional topics.

By Susan M. Cover

LEWISTON — Maine’s Republican candidates for governor had a chance to turn the tables Thursday night, asking each other about their ties to the tea party movement, campaign expenditures and rumors circulating on a political website.

The seven men spent an hour at the Maine Public Broadcasting Network’s studio in Lewiston, answering routine questions about jobs, health care and the economy.

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