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November 10, 2012

Tisei: Obama groundswell led to defeat

No regrets in taking on Tierney


What comes after that is uncertain, but based on his attitude, there’s a chance that neither voters, nor Tierney, have seen the last of Richard Tisei.

“I ran in the first place because I thought we needed better representation in Washington and because nobody was willing to work together to solve these big problems,” Tisei said. “I don’t see how any of that’s changed.

“I started something a lot of people responded to. Not many people gave me a chance of winning when I first started, but as time went on, we picked up more and more people. We’ll see what the future brings.”

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