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With his pathway toward more power in the US House uncertain, Edward Markey is trying to make a transition to a seat in the Senate.
Lane Turner/Globe staff/File 1992
Representative Markey greeted supporters with his wife, Susan, during his 1992 victory speech at the Guest Quarters Suite Hotel in Waltham.
The Boston Globe/file 1980
Speaking at the 1980 Democratic National Convention, Markey implored the nation to shut down its nuclear reactors and ramp up alternative energy.
Associated Press/file 1976
Representative-elect Edward Markey left the Capitol after visiting his new office in 1976.
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