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Courting retirement, at last

Sullivan's legacy spans five decades

Edward J. Sullivan, who has overseen Middlesex courthouses since 1958, says health played no part in his decision to leave.
By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / February 24, 2006

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After nearly six decades, the state's longest-serving elected official is calling it a career. Edward J. Sullivan, clerk of courts for Middlesex County since the Eisenhower administration, told the Globe yesterday he will not seek reelection to a ninth six-year term this fall. (Full article: 905 words)

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