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black comedy, including banning opera and ballet because they did not reflect traditional Turkmen culture and banning lip-synching on the grounds that it weakened Turkmens' ability to become skilled singers.Berdymukhamedov, who became president after Niyazov's death in 2006, has put aside some of Niyazov's more extreme measures, but he has not opened up Turkmenistan's politics or media. His own personality cult includes such feats as winning last year's maiden automobile race in Turkmenistan, even though he supposedly wasn't scheduled to take part and asked to join only at the last minute.State media reports about the president's actions overflow with admiration and delight."The audience greeted President Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov, who finished first demonstrating great skills of horse riding, the will to win, firmness and courage with a storm of applause," the state news agency TDH reported after Sunday's race. van, businessman Gabriel Gomez and state Rep. Daniel Winslow, former legal counsel for ex-governor and 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney.Gomez, 47, has tried to portray himself as the new face of the Republican Party. The son of Colombian immigrants, Gomez learned English in kindergarten, then went on to become a Navy pilot and SEAL, earn an MBA at Harvard and launch a private equity career.The 54-year-old Winslow said he's the only candidate with experience in all three branches of the government.After 12 years as a private attorney, Winslow was appointed to a judgeship on the state's district court in 1995. He served eight years and left to join Romney's administration as chief legal counsel.Sullivan, 58, has pointed to his national security resume, which includes helping investigate the Sept. 11 attacks and the failed attempt to blow up an airliner using shoe bombs.Sullivan's law enforcement and criminal justice background was critical for Peter Bochner, a 60-year-old Wayland voter who cast his ballot for Sullivan and said he wasn't surprised at the relatively low turnout."Law enforcement gets the short shrift in political elections," he said. "I just think it's not a sexy election. I don't think primaries, unless they are hotly contested, get a big turnout."Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin has said fewer than one in five registered voters could end up casting ballots.Polls close at 8 p.m. The special Senate electi