KEVIN LAMARQUE, Reuters Photo
December 21, 2012
The Democrats’ failed 2004 presidential nominee had a political resurrection this year. He was a trusted campaign adviser to President Obama — he was the stand-in for Mitt Romney in mock debates — and emerged as the president’s choice for Secretary of State, despite fears that his selection could give Republican Scott Brown another crack at a Massachusetts Senate seat.
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