For Koh, second time wouldn’t be a charm

No clear path for congressional runner-up in rematch against Trahan

IF DAN KOH runs for Congress in 2020, as there is talk of, it will be the latest proof of that old Boston chestnut, “You can always tell a Harvard man. But you can’t tell him much.” Nothing has happened since his narrow loss in 2018 to make Koh a stronger candidate. Instead, his weaknesses(...)

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