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LEADERSHIP POSTS REMAIN UNFILLED FOLLOWING SENATE CAUCUS

By Matt Murphy
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, FEB. 14, 2018....Despite expectations that Senate President Harriette Chandler would round out her leadership team Wednesday, Senate Democrats met for almost two hours without making any decisions about who would fill vacant leadership posts that carry significant financial stipends.

Senate President Harriette Chandler and other Democratic senators emerged from a closed-door caucus in Chandler's office Wednesday. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]

Chandler set the expectation last week when she predicted she would have no problem "finding good people" to fill the roles, that she wasn't looking to "change everything around," and that she hoped to present her picks to the Democrat caucus this week.


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