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HARTFORD -- Fox 61's Jenn Bernstein sits down with two-term State Senator Ted Kennedy, Jr. (D) Branford, to talk about his decisions not to run for governor, and not to seek reelection to the senate. 41.765804 -72.673372. Related stories. The Real Story: The stigma of officer suicides · The Real ...
0 Shares. Email. Star. PHOTO: Jason Clarke in a scene from "Chappaquiddick." Play Claire Folger/Entertainment Studios. WATCH 'Chappaquiddick' star on his new role as Sen. Ted Kennedy. 0 Shares. Email. Jason Clarke steps into the shoes of Senator Ted Kennedy in the new film ...

Now that so many men are being brought to account for past misbehavior, we're all asking questions we never thought to ask before. One that comes up a lot is: What was he thinking? It's early yet, but Chappaquiddick, director John Curran's suspenseful, disturbing account of Senator Ted ... Ted Kennedy
Late on the night of July 18, 1969, a black Oldsmobile driven by U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy plunged off the Dike Bridge on the tiny island of Chappaquiddick, off Martha's Vineyard, landing upside down in the tidal Poucha Pond. The 37-year-old Kennedy survived the crash, but the young woman ...
In hindsight what was remarkable was that it was the high point of the political power of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. He was 37 years old and it was widely presumed as the sun beat relentlessly down on the nation's capital that day that he would be the Democratic Party's nominee for president in 1972.

EXCLUSIVE: While the nearly 50-year-old drowning death of Mary Jo Kopechne that dashed Sen. Ted Kennedy's White House aspirations would seem like strong subject matter for the cable talk shows that chew endlessly on political scandal, Chappaquiddick has proved to be a tricky sell for ...
Mary Jo Kopechne had been dead for several months when her parents began to have serious questions about what had really happened the night of July 18, 1969. At first, Gwen and Joe Kopechne had believed Senator Ted Kennedy's account of that evening after his car had plunged off the ...
The incident, in which Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., allowed 28-year-old Mary Jo Kopechne to drown while trapped in his Oldsmobile, likely belongs in its own category: “If any politician whose last name wasn't Kennedy had done that … ” The movie “Chappaquiddick,” which arrives in theaters April 6, ...
Ted Kennedy, Jr., who currently holds the seat, has announced he will not be seeking re-election in November. Cohen made the announcement ... "Senator Kennedy and I have fought tirelessly to successfully reverse cuts to our district and I know Christine will be just as reliable a partner to me in that effort.
The question is, then, will a minority of pro-choice senators insist that Sen. ... Leaders in the fight for expanded access to health care, like the vehemently pro-choice Sen. Ted Kennedy ... Senator Ted Kennedy's Health Insurance Bill of Rights Act of 1997 specified, in language that was considered standard:.
BOSTON — A Massachusetts man says he can finally prove to his friends that he shook Robert F. Kennedy's hand at the Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade 50 years ago. Alex MacDonald tells The Boston Globe he met the former senator in 1968 when Kennedy marched with his brother Ted Kennedy in South ...
In fact, JFK's brother, the late Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy, actually wondered out loud if his family were victims of an "awful curse" — as if curses could be real. Most people know about the ... Ted Kennedy was flying with a fellow senator, the senator's wife and a legislative aide. The pilot and aide were ...
The Worcester Public Library is welcoming author Donald Nelson, Ph.D. for a talk about his newest book Chappaquiddick Tragedy: Kennedy's Second Passenger Revealed. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the fiction area of the main library. The book is an ...
For some, the string of untimely deaths and scandals in President John F. Kennedy's family may seem too unlikely to chalk up as bad luck. In fact, JFK's brother, the late Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy, actually wondered out loud if his family were victims of an “awful curse” — as if curses could be real.
mjk This July 22, 1969 file photograph shows U.S. Sen Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., arriving back at his home in Hyannisport, Mass., after attending the funeral of Mary Jo Kopechne in Pennsylvania. A new feature film is in the works about the tragedy on the small Massachusetts island nearly a half century ...

Ted Kennedy Jr. FES '91 announced on Wednesday that he will not seek a third term in the Connecticut General Assembly in order to focus on advocating for disability rights at the federal level. Kennedy, the son of the late Massachusetts senator Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy, has been hailed as a star in the ...
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 current ...
Connecticut State Senator Ted Kennedy, Jr. during opening session at the state Capitol, Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, in Hartford. ... Kennedy, who is the son of the late “liberal lion” of the U.S. Senate, Edward M. Kennedy, and nephew of President John F. Kennedy, released a statement Wednesday night.
HARTFORD -- Many were surprised when Connecticut State Senator Ted Kennedy Jr., announced he would not seek re-election in November. The Branford lawmaker's name had even been tossed around as a governor candidate just last year. In a one-on-one talk with the state Senator, he explained ...
A few years ago director John Curran and actor Jason Clarke made a late night trip to the Dike Bridge on Chappaquiddick. The bridge has been rebuilt, but the dirt road, Poucha Pond, and rural landscape haven't changed much in 49 years since Sen. Ted Kennedy drove his car off the bridge in a late night ...
The Kennedys likewise almost prevented the publication of two unflattering tell-all books about Fat Boy — “The Senator” and “Senatorial Privilege.” The author of the latter, Leo Damore, ended up committing suicide after he was blackballed in the publishing industry. But that was then, and this is now, and ...
NEW YORK: Junk, the sprawling, weighty drama by Pakistani-American playwright Ayad Akhtar exploring the underhanded world of junk bonds and Wall Street in the 1980s is this year's winner of the Edward M Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History, reported The New York Times. The play ...
Stephen Kerrigan was chief executive of the Democratic National Convention in 2012. He previously worked for the late US Senator Edward M. Kennedy and has been a longtime Democratic operative. By Dylan McGuinness Globe Correspondent February 27, 2018. Stephen J. Kerrigan, the Democratic nominee for ...
US Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III, in a fiery appearance on “The View” Friday morning, lashed out at the Republican response to the Parkland, Fla., school massacre last week, but struck a softer tone when he addressed the need for more bipartisanship in Washington. A day after President Trump ...
On May 15, 1980, U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy was pestering President Jimmy Carter in the Democratic primaries. Keene police were arresting Seabrook nuclear plant critics for passing out leaflets on Central Square. And a person who called himself John Williams walked into Fairfield's Motors in Keene, told a ...
Republican businessman John Kingston announced in October his campaign to challenge US Senator Elizabeth Warren at the Edward M. Kennedy ... He instead chose one of the state's most glittering Democratic mausoleums — the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the Senate, which cost a $10,000 fee ...
When she walked into the room after Gaviglio had gone in, she says, “what I saw was Senator Kennedy on top of Carla, who was on top of Senator Dodd's lap, and the tablecloth was sort of slid off the table 'cause the table was knocked over — not completely, but just on Senator Dodd's lap a little bit, and of ...
His grandfather was Senator Robert Kennedy, and his great uncles include JFK and longtime Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy. Going back even further, Kennedy's namesake Joseph Kennedy Sr. served as the SEC chairman and later the U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom under FDR.
His grandfather was Senator Robert Kennedy, and his great uncles include JFK and longtime Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy. Going back even further, Kennedy's namesake Joseph Kennedy Sr. served as the SEC chairman and later the U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom under FDR.
1. Joseph Kennedy III was born on Oct. 4, 1980, in Brighton, Massachusetts, the son of former Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II and Sheila Rauch Kennedy and the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, the former senator and attorney general. President John F. Kennedy and Sen. Ted Kennedy were his great uncles.
Ambassador Kennedy Smith created the prize to commemorate the life and legacy of her late brother, Senator Ted Kennedy. Finalists were selected through nominations from a group of 20 theater professionals from across the country. The jury will meet at Columbia in February 2018. The winning work will ...
At the time, it was championed by Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA) and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT). When its budget came up for re-authorization in late 2017, however, things seemed to be different. The program got caught up in heated political negotiations about the future of some of the most polarizing issues in ...
Several times, Buchwald offers the same retort: “What about Chappaquiddick?” That question refers to a scandal that rocked the Democratic Party four years earlier, in July of 1969. A car driven by U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy had gone off a bridge, killing a 28-year-old passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne.
John Tunney, former Senator from California, applauds at left. Presidential hopeful Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-MA., right, speaks to the California delegation to the Democratic Convention Sunday, August 11, 1980 at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City. The Democratic convention begins on Monday in New York.
Ted Kennedy never denied it, nor did Tunney. But in all the major obituaries for Tunney last week, there was not one single word about this original, real Russian collusion. All the national newspapers that have been printing one false story after another about Trump's “collusion” for more than a year gave ...
ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) - One of the most well-known names in American politics makes a stateline stop to campaign for a fellow family member. Ted Kennedy Jr. is currently a state senator in Connecticut. He's the son of longtime ex-Massachusetts senator Ted Kennedy Sr. Friday; he spoke on behalf his ...
Always uplifting, the shoreline's 33rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast is set for Monday, January 15 at 8:30 a.m. at Branford's St. Therese Church Hall. This year's keynote speaker, State Senator Ted Kennedy Jr., carries on the the breakfast's legacy of honoring the Reverend Dr. King and his ...
This July 22, 1969 file photograph shows U.S. Sen Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., arriving back at his home in Hyannisport, Mass., after attending the funeral of Mary Jo ... So, Ted Kennedy cousin Joseph F. “Joey” Gargan, who was Kennedy's close companion, won't be around to answer any questions about ...
Hatch's famous cross-the-aisle friendship with the Senator Ted Kennedy demonstrated that this sentiment, too, is heartfelt. Eulogizing his friend and rival friend in Newsweek nine years ago, Hatch confessed: “One of the reasons I ran for the senate was to fight Ted Kennedy, who embodied everything I felt ...
There will be encomia enough for Orrin Hatch, who has been senator from Utah since Brigham Young was a beardless youth, so I hope nobody minds ... as well as the continued refusal to fund fully that same children's health program that he once was so proud of passing with his good friend, Ted Kennedy.
The new movie 'Chappaquiddick' is creating major buzz, claiming to tell the "true untold story" of what happened when Senator Ted Kennedy crashed his car off a bridge in July 1969. Kennedy managed to escape but 28-year-old campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne drowned. In the movie, Jason Clarke ...
Mitt Romney, center right, arrives in Salt Lake City on Friday, June 8, 2012, during a campaign stop fund-raiser and to do a grip-and-grin for Sen. ... Hatch, long the picture of conservative rectitude, was once a conscientious legislator, even partnering with Ted Kennedy when he thought poor kids were ...
The 2012 Republican presidential nominee has been reluctant to announce a primary challenge to Sen. Orrin G. Hatch of Utah, the longest-serving Republican senator in history. But America needs Romney to step up, to restore dignity to the Senate - and to save the country from the embarrassment Hatch ...
So, Ted Kennedy cousin Joseph F. “Joey” Gargan, who was Kennedy's close companion, won't be around to answer any questions about “Chappaquiddick,” the upcoming film about the late Sen. Ted Kennedy and the death of Mary Jo Kopechne. Joey, 87, who was at Kennedy's side that fateful night, died ...
So, Ted Kennedy cousin Joseph F. “Joey” Gargan, who was Kennedy's close companion, won't be around to answer any questions about “Chappaquiddick,” the upcoming film about the late Sen. Ted Kennedy and the death of Mary Jo Kopechne. Joey, 87, who was at Kennedy's side that fateful night, died ...
Connecticut Sen. Ted Kennedy, Jr., (D-Branford), a healthcare lawyer and civil rights activist for people with disabilities, is board chairman of the American Association of People with Disabilities. The views expressed in this commentary are his own. (CNN) Twenty-seven years ago, the Americans with ...
While what actually occurred on that night remains a mystery, we're taking a look back at the incident and the need-to-know facts before you see the movie. On July 18, 1969, Ted's black Oldsmobile crashed off a small bridge on the tiny Massachusetts island of Chappaquiddick and landed in the water.
SCANDALIZED: U.S. Sen Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., after attending the funeral of Mary Jo Kopechne, left. .... I mean, Ted Kennedy once tried to shut this newspaper down just because I called him “Fat Boy. ... The People magazine story about the trailer says, “Watch Ted Kennedy's Life Get Derailed.


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1997-2002 Total Receipts: $8,882,217
1997-2002 Total Spent: $5,295,856
Cash on Hand: $3,654,557
Debts: $0
Date of last report: December 31, 2002
First elected 1962
Next election 2006
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