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RE: Media myths (Was Townsend)

Actully, I believe Edward F King was (is?) a conservative as well, from West
Roxbury at the time.

Frank Hatch (I think that was his name) of Beverly, who was the GOP nominee
in 1978, was a liberal Republican.

(Ed King is the only Democrat I ever voted for in a general election for a
state-wide or federal office in my MA or NH residences (1976-present))

Paul Hopfgarten
East Derry NH 03041

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tony Abruzzese [mailto:abruzzese@biochem.bumc.bu.edu]
> Sent: Saturday, January 18, 2003 12:46 PM
> To: paul@03038.com
> Cc: Dave Faneuf; brian_vita@cssinc.com; RBello@BelloAssoc.com;
> lawyer@attorneyross.com; billings@suscom-maine.net;
> boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org
> Subject: Re: Media myths (Was Townsend)
> Paul Hopfgarten wrote:
> >I assume they mean Edward J (Edward F King lost the 1978 GOP Primary)
> >
> >I had been rooting for Edward F to win tos set up the classic
> Edward F King
> >vs Edward J King matchup.
> >
> >
> >
> I remember one political analyst's take on the prospect of such a race,
> I don't remember who. I went something like:
> "... to add to the confusion of two guys named Ed King  running for
> governor, one is a Democrat who sounds like a Republican and the other
> is a Republican who sounds like a Democrat."
> Tony