Election could have profound effect on Cape & Islands

Tuesday's election and the proposed wind farm, immigration and property taxes

iqtypeby David Kibbe for the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror

patrick_healey_debate_picTuesday's election for governor could have a profound effect on the Cape and Islands, from issues like Cape Wind to immigration to property taxes.

Democrat Deval Patrick and Republican Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey are the clear front-runners, but independent Christy Mihos and Green-Rainbow candidate Grace Ross have livened up the debate.

As the campaign winds down, here are some of the issues that resonated on the Cape and Islands this election season....

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