Morning Newscast: September 10, 2008

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Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:

Secretary of State Deb Markowitz says the low voter turnout in Tuesday’s primary election could be a record; Peter Welch says he’s grateful for the support people gave him after his first term in Congress; Former Brattleboro Representative Tom Costello defeated Northfield businessman Nate Freeman to win the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor; Governor John Lynch easily defeated retired school teacher Katy Forry on Tuesday, setting up a November contest with state Senator Joe Kenney and Libertarian Susan Newell; Vermonters are going to be getting more electricity from garbage; Experts say bears in the woods this summer are enjoying a bounty of berries, apples, vegetation and nuts.



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