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Time is running out to register for the primary for the April 30 special senate election in Massachusetts.
Marilyn Pettito Devaney won with 75 percent of the vote in the district that covers more than 30 communities.
Watertown Democrat John Lawn faces Republican challenger Francis Stanton of Waltham.
Governor's Councilor Marilyn Pettito Devaney of Watertown is challenged by Thomas Sheff of Newton.
The board that advises the governor on his or her appointments has been a source of embarrassment, the Boston Globe writes in an editorial, and the board has little function.
Devaney got strong support in Watertown and Waltham to defeat Brookline's Harry Margolis and Newton's Charlie Shapiro.
It's one question voters will weigh in November.
Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren has agreed to more debates than the Republican senator and has called on Brown to agree to more.
The governor came to the area for a grassroots gathering to talk about issues in Massachusetts and his work nationally to help Obama get reelected.
Republican presidential hopefuls face off today at the Iowa Caucus.
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