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One day before primary, Lynch sidelined by illness

The day before Election Day is traditionally conducted at a headlong pitch for most candidates, and US Representative Stephen F. Lynch was set to be no exception today. Lynch had 11 entries on his public schedule, from shaking hands with voters at a train station in Kingston to greeting seniors in Worcester.

Now, due to what his campaign said was an illness, most of Lynch’s campaign plans for the day have been erased. A campaign spokesman said Lynch woke up feeling sick, but declined to elaborate.

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