It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Joe K3 Edition)

House of Kennedy golden (actually, red-headed) boy Joseph P. the Third is reportedly considering a run for the open Fourth Congressional District seat in Massachusetts, but the reports in the local dailies vary considerably in how they present his explorations.

From Saturday’s Boston Globe:

Kennedy is quiet on a run for Congress

MEDFORD — Joseph P. Kennedy III, the latest generation of the political dynasty to explore a run for public office, remained tight-lipped about a campaign for Congress as he emerged from his final day as a prosecutor in the Middlesex district attorney’s office yesterday.

“I’m going to take some time to get across the district, talk to some people, listen to their concerns, and see if I can do what it takes to put together a candidacy for what I expect to be a competitive primary and, hopefully, a general election,’’ he said.

From Saturday’s Boston Herald (under its “DUDE! The Kennedy Watch” banner):

Joe K3 ‘excited’ to get his feet wet in politics

He’s still living with his mother in Cambridge, but 31-year-old Joseph P. Kennedy III said he’ll move soon into the 4th Congressional District and begin charting a possible run for Barney Frank’s open seat.

“I’m excited for what’s next,” Kennedy said yesterday. “To be able to get out and explore a potential candidacy . . . I’m going to take some time to get across the district and try to talk to people and listen to their concerns and see if I can do what it takes to put together a candidacy in what I expect to be a very competitive primary, then hopefully a general election.”

Another smooth-talkin’ Kennedy, eh?

Regardless, gotta love a two-daily town.

P.S. No Herald link because its website is a Crash Browser Dummy.

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3 Responses to It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Joe K3 Edition)

  1. If he didn’t live with his mother, the Herald would start with “While his elderly mother sits alone in her Cambridge home…”

  2. Curmudgeon says:

    Where did you get the impression that the Herald LIKED the Kennedys?

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