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Healey opts against run for Kennedy’s Senate seat

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ON THE SIDELINES 'I have decided that a campaign would not be in the best interest of my family at this time.' -- Kerry Healey, former lieutenant governor. ON THE SIDELINES
"I have decided that a campaign would not be in the best interest of my family at this time." -- Kerry Healey, former lieutenant governor.
By John M. Guilfoil
Globe Correspondent / September 7, 2009

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Kerry Healey, the former lieutenant governor, said last night that family considerations have persuaded her not to run for the US Senate seat vacated with the death of Edward M. Kennedy, a decision that removes a major player from the Republican field. (Full article: 575 words)

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