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Latinos weigh vote for their own

Rivera, Tobin pose issue in District 6

BACKING THE INCUMBENT — Juan Reyes (left), the owner of Miami restaurant in Jamaica Plain, says Councilor John M. Tobin Jr. has been accessible and has worked hard to represent the district. BACKING THE CHALLENGER — Giovanna Negretti, a Jamaica Plain activist, says challenger Gibrán Rivera has been more visible at Latino community events and has a diverse campaign staff.
BACKING THE INCUMBENT — Juan Reyes (left), the owner of Miami restaurant in Jamaica Plain, says Councilor John M. Tobin Jr. has been accessible and has worked hard to represent the district. BACKING THE CHALLENGER — Giovanna Negretti, a Jamaica Plain activist, says challenger Gibrán Rivera has been more visible at Latino community events and has a diverse campaign staff. (Globe Photo / Sarah Brezinsky; Globe Staff Photo / Evan Richman) Globe Photo / Sarah Brezinsky; Globe Staff Photo / Evan Richman
By Cristina Silva
Globe Staff / November 5, 2005

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Lately, Juan Reyes's political viewpoints have not been as popular with his Latino customers as the orders of fried plantains and Cuban sandwiches he serves up daily. (Full article: 627 words)

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