WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Political analyst Brigid Harrison conceded on Tuesday to former schoolteacher Amy Kennedy in the New Jersey Democratic primary contest to take on U.S. Representative Jeff Van Drew, who abandoned that party for the Republicans, in the November election.
Kennedy, who is married to former Congressman Patrick Kennedy, a member of the storied political dynasty, led a crowded field of candidates including Harrison in early results from New Jersey’s 2nd district.
Brigid Harrison concedes to Amy Kennedy in U.S. House Democratic primary
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