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Richardson fights to hit home with N.H. voters

Touts his N.E. connection, experience

Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico and his wife, Barbara, both have New England connections. She is from Concord, Mass., where he attended the Middlesex School. Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico and his wife, Barbara, both have New England connections. She is from Concord, Mass., where he attended the Middlesex School. (kevork Djansezian/Associated Press)
By James W. Pindell
Globe Correspondent / December 22, 2007

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HUDSON, N.H. - Before he was a US Senate aide, a congressman, ambassador to the United Nations, secretary of energy, governor of New Mexico, or a Democratic presidential candidate, Bill Richardson was a tall, lanky 17-year-old standing on Lowell Road in Concord, Mass., looking for a ride. (Full article: 1024 words)

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