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September 08, 2016

It's one of the burning questions in Massachusetts politics today: given Governor Charlie Baker's boffo public image, is there a Democrat out there who could make him break a sweat when he seeks re-election in 2018?

It's easy to be skeptical. But legendary Democratic strategist John Walsh and UMass Boston political science chair Erin O'Brien both insist it can be done. The Scrum's Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis chatted with Walsh and O'Brien about how, exactly, a strong Democratic candidate could push Baker two years from now--and who that Democrat might be.

Take a listen. And when you're done, tell us what you think: can Baker actually be beaten?

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