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Candidates in Alaska, elsewhere try calling for 'people's pledge'

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Posted: Saturday, July 5, 2014 1:21 pm

BOSTON - During Massachusetts' 2012 U.S. Senate race, Republican incumbent Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren hammered out what would become known as the "people's pledge" - a deal designed to discourage attack ads funded by outside groups.

It's since been proposed by candidates - Republican and Democrat - in Senate races this year in Alaska, Kentucky and New Hampshire. Candidates running in Rhode Island's Democratic primary for governor have already signed a pledge, and it's been proposed in gubernatorial and attorney general races in Massachusetts.

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