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KINGSTON: MOORE SHOULD STEP ASIDE IN FAVOR OF "WORTHY" CANDIDATE

With allegations of inappropriate relations with minors mounting against GOP Alabama Senate nominee Roy Moore, Winchester businessman John Kingston became the latest candidate in Massachusetts to disavow the former judge.

Kingston, one of three Republicans running to challenge U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in 2018, issued a statement Tuesday morning stating that he is "deeply troubled" by the allegations against Moore. On Monday, a sixth woman went public with claims that Moore made sexual advances on her when she was 16 and he was a district attorney in Alabama.


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