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And then we’re a very low debt,The three Democrats on the commission said in a joint statement that they backed the idea of allowing users to drop the boxes that route cable and broadcasting to consumers’ televisions but are "working to resolve the remaining technical and legal issues It had included a new licensing body to ensure that pay-TV companies do not make anti-competitive agreements. the toddler’s two young siblings are seen chasing after the alleged kidnapper screaming for help Two teenagers later joined the chase after the man who eventually set the boy down and ran off The boy 22 months old wasn’t hurt the AP reports "I cant explain the feeling the anxiety and everything that goes into finding out your children is missing or something has happened to them" the boy’s father Michael Wright told KXLY-TV of Spokane Wright left his three children with a babysitter Sunday while he went to work The three kids aged 10 8 and the toddler were playing unsupervised in a city park near the babysitter’s house Local authorities have no leads in the case [AP] Contact us at editors@timecomPoliticians abhor dead silence But for 31 seconds Charlie Baker sat on a debate stage staring at the ceiling and wracking his brain for the answer to the thorniest question hes fielded since he jumped into the race for Massachusetts governor last year The question: Name a current politician whos a role model for you "Um… um… You know youre kind of stumping me here" Baker said After 31 seconds of stammering and silence he finally ventured "Um how about Jeb Bush" Baker has been locked in a tight race for governor of Massachusetts for months Recent polls have shown him leading his Democratic opponent state Attorney General Martha Coakley by as little as a single point Still the most uncomfortable Baker has been all campaign hasnt been in the final frenetic dash toward Election Day but in that primary campaign debate in late August when he was forced to identify himself with another Republican Thats because Baker is a throwback to a kind of Republican politics that no longer exists at any meaningful scale Its what has the former health insurance company CEO within reach of the State House in Boston But its also what makes the final step so difficult to pull off Baker is running without much company The only other Republican in Massachusetts with a shot at major office is Richard Tisei a former state legislator and Baker’s 2010 running mate who’s in a tight race for Congress in the suburbs north of Boston "I think running as a moderate anything is more complicated than it used to be Thats the nature of our politics these days" Baker says "I think having a different set of viewpoints within the Republican party in New England and nationally is a good thing not a bad thing" Democrats dominate Massachusetts politics The state Republican Party claims less than 11% of all registered voters Massachusetts hasnt sent a Republican to the US House of Representatives since 1994 The outgoing governor Deval Patrick stormed into office on a campaign that political strategist David Axelrod used to test-drive the themes that took Barack Obama to the White House in 2008 The state flirted briefly with Scott Brown then turned on him so violently that he fled across the border to New Hampshire In Browns place Massachusetts voters installed Senator Elizabeth Warren a populist whos pulling the entire Democratic party leftward Yet Massachusetts voters have a history of electing a certain kind of Republican to lead the state The last two Democratic governors are Patrick and Michael Dukakis; between the two of them lies a 16-year stretch of Republican rule The problem for Baker is that moderate New England Republicans have almost vanished as a political force Baker 57 has long been the state GOP’s brightest star He rose to political prominence two decades ago in the cabinet of then-Governor Bill Weld Weld was a Republican who rode a tax revolt into office but he was so far to the left on social issues that he won in liberal enclaves like Cambridge and Amherst Bakers politics echo Welds As health secretary and then budget chief for Weld and his successor Paul Cellucci Baker earned a reputation as a sharp policy mind and number cruncher but was not known as an ideologue "Hes the smartest guy in the room but he doesnt act like it" says Jay Ash the city manager of Chelsea a small heavily Central American community just north of Boston "Hes inquisitive and he doesnt dismiss peoples views Hes open and engaging on the issues" "I worked in an administration that was pretty successful in working across the aisle to get stuff done with Democrats" Baker says "A lot of our successes were because we had two teams on the field competition and political engagement Whether voters decide thats what they want or not is going to be up to them I certainly wanted to run a race built on that kind of message and approach" Ash and Baker met in the early 1990s when Chelsea was operating in state fiscal receivership Theyve been friends since yet Baker didnt get Ashs vote four years ago when Baker made his first run for governor Bakers 2010 campaign was filled with stunts meant to generate voter outrage like displaying a prop welfare card that said it could be swiped for booze and lottery tickets at taxpayer expense The disgruntled turnout wasn’t enough and Baker lost to Patrick with 42% of the vote The Massachusetts governors race is a redemption run for both Baker and Coakley Coakley lost the 2010 contest for Ted Kennedy’s former Senate seat to Brown in spectacular fashion and reporters are salivating over storylines about Coakley blowing another high-profile race against another Massachusetts Republican Coakley has been a popular attorney general though and shes run hard for governor Their race is neck-and-neck less because Coakley has done something wrong than because Baker has done a whole lot right Baker has managed to run for political office while mostly taking divisive politics off the table He has beaten the drum on a few red meat Republican issues like lowering taxes and hardening work rules for welfare But the bulk of his campaign has been focused on education and economic opportunity and in these areas hes driving a debate thats less about political vision than it is about competence in managing government Hes bent the race to his strengths and made the contest a referendum on putting a policy wonk in the governors office Baker has also gone to lengths to play up his social liberalism releasing campaign videos with his brother whos gay and married and with his teenage daughter who assures him on-camera "Youre totally pro-choice and bipartisan" "Ideologically hes where the majority of people in Massachusetts are" says Larry DiCara a prominent Democratic attorney in Boston "In some states hed be a Democrat” says Ash who praises his friend’s current run “Hes with Democrats and independents on social issues" Baker is also with Democrats in a more literal sense On the trail he has taken the fight to Coakley in the urban centers that normally hand Democrats lopsided vote margins Baker is trying to raid the Democratic base aggressively courting votes in Irish pubs and mill towns Hes held over 150 campaign events in Boston — an unheard-of presence in a city where voters normally hang 40-plus-point losses on Republicans Baker lost the city by 47 points in 2010; a recent WBUR poll had him cutting that deficit in half "You have to make the sale but you cant make the sale if you dont show up" Baker reasons And as he tries to close the deal hes doing it without much support from state Republicans Massachusetts Democrats enjoy an enormous campaign volunteer base the machinery of organized labor and star power in Washington DC As the campaign entered the home stretch Michelle Obama Bill and Hillary Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden all swung through to rally the party faithful for Coakley Weld whos now working as a rainmaker at a Boston law firm is the closest thing Baker has had to a star campaign surrogate Bakers party doesnt have the bodies to compete with Democrats on the grassroots level (His campaign has knocked on 270000 doors this election cycle a huge number for a Massachusetts Republican; Elizabeth Warrens campaign hit 240000 doors in a single weekend two years ago) But he has received one major outside boost: the Republican Governors Association PAC has spent more than $12 million on the race over two-and-half times what they spent on the 2010 campaign and more than the combined spending of Baker and Coakley’s own campaigns But national Republicans will be hard-pressed to find broader lessons If Baker wins it will be because he won over Democratic voters and narrowed the daylight between his partisans and Coakleys That isnt a formula that has legs far outside Boston Contact us at editors@timecom The streaming video service ended the quarter with 1. 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