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By adamg - 10/21/10 - 7:22 am

You're an editor for a metropolitan daily. Which story do you put on the front page: Jeff Perry and the strip search or Barney Frank lending his campaign some money? If you're the Herald, you go with the latter (don't forget to throw in some stuff about how Frank is "panic stricken") and ignore the former (save for a Margery Egan column declaring Perry is a cretin).

By adamg - 10/13/10 - 1:24 pm

The Suffolk Journal posts excerpts from a statement by KyQuan Phong, who staked out 10th District hopeful William Keating's old house, in the hopes of finding evidence the Democrat doesn't actually live in the district:

"My friends and I were out to find the truth and now we are being ridiculed and labeled as stalkers, undercover party operatives, etc.," he said in a statement.

By Anonymous - 9/15/10 - 1:37 pm

-On May 22, 1991, as the superior officer at a purported crime scene in Wareham, Sgt. Perry was present when Officer Scott Flanagan indecently strip searched and assaulted a 14-year-old girl

-At said time and place, Sgt. Perry was in a position to both see Flanagan's conduct and to hear the girl's loud protestations.

By adamg - 6/7/10 - 10:00 am

The Cape Cod Times reports Doug is down the Cape, working the region for Joe Malone. No word if he's going door to door on a red scooter.

Via Conor Yunits.

By adamg - 5/15/10 - 9:56 am

The Globe reports on Republican Jeff Perry's alleged Sgt. Schultz act in his role as a police supervisor in the early 1990s. The Cape Cod Times has a more detailed, nuanced story.

Cape Cod Times story via Greater Boston.

By adamg - 4/26/10 - 9:07 am

MassBeacon.com introduces us to James Kennedy, yet another one of those Kennedys who isn't one of those Kennedys, running for the 10th District seat being vacated by Bill Delahunt. As a Democrat, of course. Now, this Kennedy actually lives in South Boston, which is Steve Lynch's district, but as a lawyer, he knows you don't have to live in a congressional district to run there.

By adamg - 3/21/10 - 11:00 pm

Teddy can rest easy tonight.

As expected, Stephen Lynch, D-9th, voted no on the measure (Times map showing all the votes). State Rep. Jeff Perry, R-Sandwich, running to replace Bill Delahunt in the 10th district, wasted no time issuing a press release calling the measure unconstitutional.

By adamg - 3/21/10 - 7:43 pm

Joe Malone announces run for Congress in the 10th District; will have to beat state Rep. Jeff Perry of Sandwich and Cohassett businessman Ray Kasperowicz in the Republican primary before facing some Democrat in the general election to replace Bill Delahunt.

Malone's Web site.

By adamg - 3/4/10 - 8:17 pm

The Globe reports Bill Delahunt won't be running for re-election in the Tenth District.

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