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Democrats turn to former Kerry adviser for CEO job

The Democratic National Committee is turning to a longtime party operative and onetime presidential campaign manager to fill its top staff position. Mary Beth Cahill will become interim CEO of the national party. She will replace Jess O'Connell, who departed this week after less than a year on the job. Cahill ran John Kerry's failed 2004 presidential campaign. She's also a former executive director of the women's advocacy organization Emily's List.
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