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Lawyer’s sticker campaign puts Coakley in a new battle

James McKenna got more than 10,000 votes as a write-in candidate. James McKenna got more than 10,000 votes as a write-in candidate.
By Stephanie Ebbert and Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / September 17, 2010

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Attorney General Martha Coakley seemed poised to coast to reelection unopposed, even though her now legendary Senate loss to Republican Scott Brown in January angered her fellow Democrats, reignited Republican activists, and presaged a bruising election year for incumbents nationwide. (Full article: 966 words)

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