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Family ties could bind a political advancement

Relatives' travails might be liability for Senate hopeful

By Theo Emery
Globe Correspondent / March 10, 2006

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NASHVILLE -- There was nowhere left to stand as Representative Harold Ford Jr. took the microphone in his new campaign headquarters. The audience clapped as the young congressman, who is vying for the seat of the retiring Senate majority leader, Bill Frist, joked about the Republican-dominated Congress. There were murmurs of agreement from the crowd when he said Democrats needed ... (Full article: 1233 words)

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