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Edward J. Markey – US Senator (D-Massachusetts)

Former US Representative Edward J. Markey has defeated Republican nominee Gabriel Gomez for the vacant Massachusetts Senate Seat.  Markey succeeds John Kerry’s seat ,left vacant when he stepped down earlier this year to become Secretary of State.

Markey previously served as House of Representative for Massachusett’s 5th  congressional district since 1976 and has never lost an election.

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(Seelye,K 2013). Democrat wins Special Election for Kerry’s Senate Seat. The New York Times. Retrieved electronically on 6/28/2013 from:

Markey, E 2013. Retrieved elcetronically on 6/28/2013 from




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