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Coakley gains redemption, second term as attorney general

Martha Coakley celebrated her reelection as state attorney general last night with her husband, Thomas F. O’Connor Jr., at the Park Plaza Hotel ballroom. Martha Coakley celebrated her reelection as state attorney general last night with her husband, Thomas F. O’Connor Jr., at the Park Plaza Hotel ballroom. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / November 3, 2010

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Ten months after she suffered a humiliating defeat to Scott Brown in the battle for Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s old seat, Attorney General Martha Coakley easily won a second term as the state’s chief lawyer yesterday in a race against a political newcomer from Millbury. (Full article: 549 words)

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