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U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd and wife separate in midst of reelection campaign

by Dara Kam | October 1st, 2009

U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd, a Panhandle Democrat, and his wife Sissy have separated after nearly four decades of marriage, according to news reports.

The separation takes place as Boyd, a former state legislator who has served for 12 years in Congress, is campaigning for reelection against Senate Democratic Leader Al Lawson.

Boyd, a Monticello farmer, is a member of the “Blue Dog” coalition, a group of conservative Democrats.

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3 Responses to “U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd and wife separate in midst of reelection campaign”

  1. BEACHBUM Says:

    Damn that global warming!

  2. Enough already Says:

    So, your boy Wexler laundering money and being guilty of voter fraud, mortgage fraud, residency fraud, insurance fraud, etc is not news but the private lives of some representative not even where the post is read is. You people are worthless as newspaper people.

  3. Whatawonderfulworld Says:

    i am not quite sure why this is anyone’s business. Did he use any public funds? Did he abuse his office?
    Sometimes people need to separate and it none of our business.

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