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Ed Markey defeats Joseph Kennedy III in Massachusetts primary

BBC News Wednesday, 2 September 2020
The grandson of assassinated politician Robert Kennedy lost to the incumbent Ed Markey.
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On Tuesday, Sen. Ed Markey crushed Rep. Joe Kennedy. Markey ended the Democratic Party's family dynasty that had never before lost an election in Massachusetts. CNN reports that Kennedy was slammed for not articulating a reason for running besides his own ambition. Kennedy's entire campaign was based on who his family is and that politics was "in his blood.

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[NFA] Massachusetts Democrats on Tuesday will decide whether they want to position a young member of the Kennedy family to be their choice for the U.S. Senate or stick with their incumbent Ed Markey, who has been in Congress for decades fighting to tackle climate change and reduce nuclear weapons proliferation. This video produced by Jonah Green.

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Joe Kennedy III Joe Kennedy III U.S. Representative from Massachusetts


Massachusetts Massachusetts State in the northeastern United States

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