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Adrian Walker

Tsongas runs for her city

By Adrian Walker
Globe Columnist / April 2, 2007

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LOWELL -- Niki Tsongas is finally ready. For years, the widow of Paul Tsongas, the former US senator and presidential candidate, has been regarded as a potentially formidable candidate herself. She was a tireless campaigner on her husband's behalf and toyed with runs for lieutenant governor in both 2002 and 2006, before deciding to pass. (Full article: 686 words)

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