Rivers stumps, but can't vote for Pagliuca
"No, I vote in Florida," Rivers told reporters before Tuesday's game against the Bucks. "I'm off the hook. I did do some campaigning. I hope [Pagliuca] does well. I don't know what the results [will be], but I did [campaign]. I don't know if anyone listened to me, but if they did, good."
Pagliuca, a co-owner and managing partner of the Celtics, was one of four Democrats running for the seat vacated after the death of Edward Kennedy. Early returns had Pagliuca running well behind the lead.
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