Candidates in ‘too close to call’ primary race to replace Joe Kennedy urge patience as votes are officially tallied


Candidates in ‘too close to call’ primary race to replace
Candidates in ‘too close to call’ primary race to replace Joe Kennedy urge patience as votes are officially tallied “It’s too soon for anyone to declare victory or stop counting.”


Google News – Ed Markey defeats Kennedy – Overview
Candidates in ‘too close to call’ primary race to replace Joe Kennedy urge patience as votes are officially tallied. The seven-way Democratic primary to replace Rep. Joe Kennedy III in Congress is effectively down to two candidates. But it will take at least one extra day …


Candidates in ‘too close to call’ primary race to replace
Candidates in ‘too close to call’ primary race to replace Joe Kennedy urge patience as votes are officially tallied Boston.com (USA) – 1 ora fa 1 di 1


Massachusetts 4th District race: Who’s running for Joe
Rep. Joe Kennedy III’s primary campaign against Sen. Ed Markey has opened up a vacuum in the Massachusetts congressman’s 4th District. And it’s sucking up Democratic candidates from Boston …


6th candidate enters race for Kennedy’s congressional seat …
6th candidate enters race for Kennedy’s congressional seat … seat currently held by Democratic Congressman Joe Kennedy. … of candidates have announced their campaigns after Kennedy decided …


Joe Kennedy Isn’t Your Usual Upstart Primary Challenger …
On Saturday, Democratic Rep. Joe Kennedy III officially launched a long-rumored primary challenge to Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey, and, amazingly, it looks like he has a good chance of unseating …


Joe Kennedy Officially Announces Decision To Run For US …
BOSTON (CBS) — Joe Kennedy announced he will run for U.S. Senate against Sen. Ed Markey. The 38-year-old Congressman made his plans official with an event in East Boston Saturday.


Candidates lining up to run for Kennedy seat in Congress …
Candidates lining up to run for Kennedy seat in Congress … Most are declining to say anything formally until after Kennedy officially enters the Senate primary race against fellow Democrat Sen …


John F. Kennedy: Campaigns and Elections | Miller Center
Kennedy was initially believed to have won California, but after absentee ballots had been counted, that state’s electors declared for Nixon. Inauguration and Transition. On a cold January 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy took the oath of office. After such a close campaign, Kennedy knew his inaugural address would have to reach out to his opponents.


The Top Five Rigged U.S. Presidential Elections
Jacqueline and then-Senator John F. Kennedy in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, on June 27, 1953. Fred Lucas quotes The Washington Post: “There was a cemetery where the names on the tombstones were …