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They really like Abraham Ribicoff back home in Connecticut. They sent him to Congress for two terms, elected him Governor in 1954, and re-elected him by a record 246,368 plurality in 1958. Last year Ribicoff, as President Kennedy's Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, hardly had time to breathe Washington's miasmic air before Connecticut Democrats were begging him to come home to run this year against Republican Senator Prescott Bush. As of last week, Ribicoff had agreed to just that.

By present plans, Ribicoff will not make a formal announcement of candidacy; he will simply wait for his party's state convention...

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