BOSTON (AP) — Charlie Baker will get another shot at winning the Massachusetts governor’s office in November.

The former head of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care defeated business owner and tea party member Mark Fisher in Tuesday’s GOP primary.

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Baker now goes on to face the winner of the three-way Democratic primary between Martha Coakley, Steven Grossman and Don Berwick. Three independent candidates will also be on the November ballot.

Baker served in the administrations of Republican Govs. Paul Cellucci and William Weld. He also was the GOP nominee for governor in 2010. He lost to incumbent Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick, who is not seeking a third term.

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Baker says new leadership is needed on Beacon Hill.

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