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23-year-old from Arlington wins House seat

Sean Garaballey (second from left), campaigning last month with with Governor Deval Patrick, shook hands with Arlington Diner owner Themis Boretos. Peter Boretos, the owner's son, is to the governor's right. Sean Garaballey (second from left), campaigning last month with with Governor Deval Patrick, shook hands with Arlington Diner owner Themis Boretos. Peter Boretos, the owner's son, is to the governor's right. (JOANNE RATHE/GLOBE STAFF)
By John Laidler
Globe Correspondent / March 5, 2008

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Sean Garballey, a 23-year-old Arlington Democrat, will become one of the state's youngest legislators after winning a special election yesterday to fill a vacant state representative seat. (Full article: 655 words)

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