King leaves Senate race, backs challenger Warren
BOSTON | Another Democrat is dropping out of the race for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, leaving Elizabeth Warren with an even clearer path to her party’s nomination.
James King, a lawyer who lives in Dover, told the Republican newspaper of Springfield on Wednesday that he is ending his campaign and will support Ms. Warren.
Mr. King’s campaign was unable to gain much traction as Ms. Warren, a Harvard Law School professor and consumer advocate, emerged as the likely Democrat to challenge Republican Sen. Scott P. Brown in November.
Marissa Defranco, an immigration
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