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Special election bill gets new life

Voters would pick successor to Kerry

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / June 11, 2004

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Prodded by a personal appeal from Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democratic legislative leaders have agreed to take up a stalled bill creating a special election process to replace US Senator John F. Kerry if he wins the presidency. (Full Article: 758 Words)

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