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Cary Weston, Bangor businessman and former councilor, announces run for state Senate

bangordailynews.com (10 months and 20 days ago)

Sep 10, 2013

Cary Weston, Bangor businessman and former councilor, announces run for state Senate

BANGOR, Maine - Former Bangor City Council Chairman Cary Weston announced Monday afternoon that he will run for Maine’s District 32 state Senate seat. Weston said in a news release that he had considered running for Congress, but decided to run for state office because “my passion [is] for my ... full story

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