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Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly (L) and Senator John F. Kerry with others at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial breakfast yesterday at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly (L) and Senator John F. Kerry with others at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial breakfast yesterday at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. (Globe Staff Photo / Goerge Rizer) Globe Staff Photo / Goerge Rizer

Kerry alleges voters were 'suppressed'

Links poll issues to King's struggle

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / January 18, 2005

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In his first high-profile address since conceding the presidential election, Senator John F. Kerry used Boston's annual Martin Luther King Jr. memorial breakfast yesterday to decry what he called the suppression of thousands of would-be voters last November. (Full article: 1029 words)

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