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Obama: “I Need Markey In The Senate”

President Barack Obama stumped for U.S. Senate hopeful Edward Markey in Boston, hoping to give him an edge over Republican Gabriel Gomez in the state's Special Election. At a rally in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood, Obama said  he needed Markey in the Senate to support programs for middle class families:

Committed to doing While the president was rallying thousands of supporters of Markey in Boston, republican Gabriel Gomez, a former Navy Seal,  met with about two dozen veterans at the Chelsea Soldiers Home

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New Poll Shows Gomez Trailing In Senate Race By 7 Points

A new poll shows Democrat Edward Markey winning the backing of 48 percent of voters compared with 41 percent for Republican Gabriel Gomez as the state's special U.S. Senate election heads into its final two weeks.

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Gomez, Markey Primary Winners

Republican Gabriel Gomez will go up against Democrat Edward Markey to fill the Massachussets Senate seat vacated by John Kerry. 

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Ed Markey Opens Office In New Bedford, Touts Southcoast Rail

Count Mass. Congressman Edward Markey as a supporter of Southcoast Rail.

Democrat Markey is running for the U-S Senate seat vacated by John Kerry.

Markey was in New Bedford Saturday to open a campaign office on Pleasant Street

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Markey Asks GOP Senate Candidates To Sign “Pledge”

Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Edward Markey is calling on Republican candidates to sign a pledge discouraging outside groups from running political ads in Massachusetts' special Senate election _ but said the ban shouldn't extend to donations from political action committees

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Congressman Lynch Explains Health Care Vote On WBSM

Mass. Congressman Stephen Lynch of South Boston is hoping voters give him a promotion in June, and elect him to fill John Kerry's seat in the United States' Senate.

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Scott Brown Headed To The Private Sector

Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown has joined the board of directors of Kadant, Inc., a Westford-based paper company.
 
    Brown, who announced on Friday that he would not be running in the special election to fill John Kerry's former Senate seat, said he looked forward to sharing his knowledge and experiences and ``contributing to the future direction'' of the company

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