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Topic - Amy Petitgout
Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry — with nowhere to go but up — is making an aggressive play to rise in Iowa by courting Christian evangelicals who could help revive his campaign.
Patrick Kennedy, a former Democratic congressman from Rhode Island and son of the late Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, said Tuesday that his departure from Congress has given him a chance to start building private relationships and taken him "off the beaten path" in a life that has largely been led in the spotlight.
Former Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy, son of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, is engaged to be married.
Patrick Kennedy, the 43-year-old former Rhode Island congressman and son of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, is engaged to be married to a New Jersey middle school teacher.
"We feel so fortunate to have found each other," she said in a written statement.
She said in a statement that Mr. Kennedy loves her daughter as his own.