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Topic - Sean Bielat
Joseph P. Kennedy III, the first of his famous political family's latest generation to seek elective office, defeated two little-known Democrats in Thursday's primary in Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District.
Rep. Barney Frank's retort was an Internet sensation.
Republican Sean Bielat, who lost to Mr. Frank in 2010 by about 10 percentage points, has filed paperwork to run again for the seat but said he won't make a decision until later this month.
On the Republican side, Mr. Frank's 2010 challenger, Sean Bielat, a defense contractor executive, is considering another run and Elizabeth Childs, a former Massachusetts Department of Mental Health commissioner, had already announced she was running before Mr. Frank's announcement.