Stephen Pagliuca on Government Reform
Replied Al Steve, but you're not willing to live by that now."
"I can't live by that now," Pagliuca said.
"Then why don't you set an example now?" asked Khazei.
Said Pagliuca, "Because I need to get my message out."
A Pagliuca campaig "Steve would support setting spending limits in federal campaigns only as part of a broad set of campaign finance reforms. In this campaign, he is running against a couple of career politicians that have spent millions of dollars
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Joe L. Kennedy
Newly elected in 2008 & seated in 2009:
Newly appointed in 2009;
special election in 2010:
Announced retirement as of 2010:
Up for 6-year term in 2010:
(13 Democrats; 15 Republicans)
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