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Murray hires adviser to help with crash questions

By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / January 7, 2012
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Still under fire for his unusual Nov. 2 car crash, Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray has asked his longtime political advisor to take on a more formal paid role in responding to the wave of media questions that have overwhelmed his staff in recent days. Scott M. Ferson, a former spokesman for Senator Edward M. Kennedy and president of the Liberty Square Group, said he has advised Murray regularly and informally on media relations and political strategy since he first ran for lieutenant governor six years ago.

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