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Newcomer may join Tierney, Tisei race

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / July 11, 2012
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A political neophyte who has three Harvard degrees and served four tours of duty in Iraq says he is considering a run against Representative John F. Tierney, the Salem Democrat who has been battling questions about the offshore gambling ring of his brothers-in-law. Seth Moulton, 33, who grew up in Marblehead, went to Phillips Academy Andover, and served in the Marines, says he would run as an independent, which would allow him to get on the November ballot, if he can collect 2,000 signatures by July 31.

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