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In long tally, Wilkerson declared victor

John Donovan, head assistant registrar of voters for the Boston Elections Department, explained the process to be used in counting the write-in ballots.
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / September 22, 2006

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State Senator Dianne Wilkerson was declared winner of a hotly contested Democratic primary after a painstaking, four-hour tally yesterday of write-in and sticker ballots that poll workers in eight precincts had mistakenly failed to record Tuesday night. (Full article: 877 words)

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