BOSTON (AP) — Candidates in Massachusetts’ second special U.S. Senate election in four years made a last dash across the state Monday to court primary voters, though few were expected to turn out in a state that has spent the past two weeks transfixed by the Boston Marathon bombings and their aftermath.
Senate hopefuls in final push before primary
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