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Chang-Díaz may find little comfort in razor-thin win

Sonia Chang-Diaz spoke to supporters late Tuesday at a Jamaica Plain restaurant. Her primary opponent, Dianne Wilkerson, may seek a recount or run as an independent in November. Sonia Chang-Diaz spoke to supporters late Tuesday at a Jamaica Plain restaurant. Her primary opponent, Dianne Wilkerson, may seek a recount or run as an independent in November. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Eric Moskowitz and Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / September 18, 2008

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After six months of investing 80- and 90-hour weeks in her campaign to unseat state Senator Dianne Wilkerson, Sonia Chang-Díaz took the morning off yesterday to sleep in and have breakfast with her family. Then she got right back to work, cleaning up coffee cups at headquarters, thanking volunteers, and fielding one call after another, sometimes two or three at ... (Full article: 697 words)

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