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Weld said to run for N.Y. governor

Seeking a return to 'public service,' Times reports

Former Massachusetts governor William F. Weld, 60, had solicited advice from presidential adviser Karl Rove about running for governor of New York.
Former Massachusetts governor William F. Weld, 60, had solicited advice from presidential adviser Karl Rove about running for governor of New York. (Globe Staff File Photo / Janet Knott) Globe Staff File Photo / Janet Knott
By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / August 19, 2005

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NEW YORK -- Former Massachusetts governor William F. Weld told The New York Times that he will run for governor of New York in 2006, the paper reported today. (Full article: 789 words)

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