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Wilkerson wants no misunderstanding about intentions

State senator files 3,000 signatures in pursuit of her ninth term

By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / June 19, 2008

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This time, Dianne Wilkerson took no chances. In 2006, the state senator from Boston failed to collect enough signatures to get on the Democratic primary ballot. She had to run a sticker campaign and was nearly defeated by her opponent, Sonia Chang-Diaz, whose name also did not appear on the ballot. (Full article: 476 words)

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