Tsongas Adjusts Campaign as Race Tightens Niki Tsongas, wife of the late Paul Tsongas, is the odds-on favorite to win an open congressional seat in Massachusetts. But Tsongas is running attack ads against her opponent — Republican Jim Ogonowski, brother of a doomed Sept. 11 pilot — amid signs that the race might be closer than anyone thought.
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Tsongas Adjusts Campaign as Race Tightens

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Tsongas Adjusts Campaign as Race Tightens

Tsongas Adjusts Campaign as Race Tightens

Tsongas Adjusts Campaign as Race Tightens

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Niki Tsongas, wife of the late Paul Tsongas, is the odds-on favorite to win an open congressional seat in Massachusetts. But Tsongas is running attack ads against her opponent — Republican Jim Ogonowski, brother of a doomed Sept. 11 pilot — amid signs that the race might be closer than anyone thought.

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