Ted Kennedy Jr. says he's not running for Connecticut Senate
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Ted Kennedy Jr., son of the late Massachusetts senator, said Wednesday he will not seek a third term in the Connecticut Senate because he wants to focus on protecting disability rights, which he said are under "an enormous threat" at the federal level.
The 56-year-old Democrat with the famous last name, who has been mentioned as a possible candidate for offices from governor to U.S. senator, said he feels compelled to play a bigger role in the disability rights community.
"We have an enormous threat to the rights of people with disabilities in the... read more
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