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Cellucci's return raises issue of Senate run

By Benjamin Gedan and Raphael Lewis
Globe Correspondent And Globe Staff / July 16, 2004

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Former governor Paul Cellucci of Massachusetts said yesterday that he will resign from his position as US ambassador to Canada in January and return to his native state, sparking speculation among Republicans eager to find someone to run for the US Senate if John F. Kerry wins the White House. (Full Article: 604 Words)

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