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 May 5, 2005
Feddeman to resign from Romney�s staff
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BOSTON (AP) -- Governor Mitt Romney�s press secretary is resigning. Shawn Feddeman says she will step down to take a job in the private sector.

The Republican governor, who is considering a run for president in 2008, is considering hiring Julie Teer. She was President Bush�s spokeswoman in New Hampshire during his 2004 presidential campaign.

The 31-year-old Feddeman plans to stay on until a replacement is hired.

She�s been Romney�s press secretary for the past three years, and has spent nearly a decade working for Republican governors in Massachusetts.

Teer is 29 years old and has spent most of the past ten years working for Republican senators in Washington.

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