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Joseph Kennedy III Announces Run For Barney Frank’s Seat In Congress

Joseph Kennedy III officially launched his campaign for the U.S. House on Thursday, embracing his family’s legacy while also acknowledging that name alone will not assure him electoral success.


The Kevin White statue outside Faneuil Hall (Photo courtesy: Peter Casey)

Soundbytes Of The Week: 2/3

Boston says farewell to Mayor Kevin White, Patriots in the Super Bowl.


Rep. Barney Frank announces he will not seek re-election at Newton City Hall November 28, 2011. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Barney Frank To Marry Partner Jim Ready

Rep. Barney Frank is getting married, his office confirmed Thursday.


Sean Bielat

Bielat To Announce Another Run For Congress

The Republican who challenged Barney Frank for his congressional seat in the last election will run again for the seat.


Joseph Kennedy III (File photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Joseph Kennedy III Quits Job To Explore Run For Congress

Joseph Kennedy III is taking the first steps toward a run for retiring Rep. Barney Frank’s seat in Massachusetts.


Joseph Kennedy III (File photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Report: Kennedy Considers Run For Congress

Joseph P. Kennedy III is reportedly strongly considering a run for Congress in Massachusetts.


Herb Robinson (Photo credit: Beth Fridinger)

Senate Candidate Robinson Instead Running To Replace Barney Frank

Another Democrat is dropping out of the Massachusetts Senate race.


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NightSide – Congressman Barney Frank Was In Studio

The Congressman who called it a day.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–12/13/2011

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WBZ Soundbytes Of The Week: Frank, Chester, Cain, Kermit

Together again: Barney Frank, Mitchell Chester, Herman Cain, Bobby Valentine & Kermit “the” Frog. Seriously. Produced by WBZ’s Dave Mager.


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Barney Frank Is Leaving….I Wish Him…………………!

Maybe it’s because after 16 terms in Congress, you suddenly realized that’s about 14 more terms than you ever deserved.