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More 2012: Town won't run for re-election

NEW YORK: “Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is being courted by a top state Republican to run for mayor next year — and the city’s top cop is open to the idea, sources told The Post.” Ed Towns won’t run for reelection. WASHINGTON: The Dennis Kucinich Wa …
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