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RANDOLPH

Recall drive gets 4,000 signatures

Brandy McFadden signed a petition this month calling for the recall of Randolph Selectwoman Maureen Kenney. Linda Larson-Schwartz was collecting signatures outside a local supermarket. Brandy McFadden signed a petition this month calling for the recall of Randolph Selectwoman Maureen Kenney. Linda Larson-Schwartz was collecting signatures outside a local supermarket. (Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs)
By Christine Legere
Globe Correspondent / January 31, 2008

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Members of a Randolph citizens group trying to oust Selectwoman Maureen Kenney over anti-Semitic remarks she made last fall turned in 4,000 signatures by Monday's 5 p.m. deadline for petitions demanding a recall election. (Full article: 1026 words)

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