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Wilkerson vows to stay in race

Decries timing of bribery case; federal investigation widens

At Dianne Wilkerson's campaign headquarters on Tremont Street in Roxbury yesterday, a campaign worker handed out copies of the state senator's prepared statement. At Dianne Wilkerson's campaign headquarters on Tremont Street in Roxbury yesterday, a campaign worker handed out copies of the state senator's prepared statement. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / October 30, 2008

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State Senator Dianne Wilkerson vowed yesterday to remain in her reelection fight despite her arrest this week on federal corruption charges and the release of photos allegedly depicting her accepting cash bribes, accusing US Attorney Michael J. Sullivan of engaging in a "political calculus" to derail her campaign. (Full article: 1231 words)

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