Mary Jo Kopechne

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Teacher, secretary, and campaign specialist

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According to Wikipedia, Mary Jo Kopechne was an American secretary, and one of the campaign workers for U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 presidential campaign, a close team known as the "Boiler Room Girls". In 1969, she drowned when a car driven by U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy left a narrow road on Chappaquiddick Island and overturned into Poucha Pond. Kennedy left the party, according to reports, at 11:15. The wreck wasn't reported until the next morning, approximately nine to ten hours later.

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