Dolores Stover was born in Manhattan, New York on December 19, 1924 and grew up there, the oldest of ten children. Stover attended parochial school and then joined the Marine Corps in 1945. She was a magistrate in Virginia for seven years and then became Edmund Muskie’s secretary in 1972. Stover was later appointed Chief Clerk of the Post Office Committee. After that, she went to work for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), and then later became the personal secretary to Edward “Ted” Kennedy.
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