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Congressional primary voting took place Thursday in the state, where 52 percent of registered voters do not align themselves with any political party.
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Elizabeth Childs called voters from her Brookline home.
Joe Kennedy III greeted supporters Thursday morning at Brookline High School.
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Republican candidate Sean Bielat, right, greeted supporters after voting at the Norfolk Olive Day School in Norfolk.
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Elizabeth Warren voted at the Graham & Parks School in Cambridge.
Steve Haines for the boston globe
Congressman Bill Keating and his wife, Tevis, left, voted at St. John's Parish Center in Pocasset.
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