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NYC mayoral race not shaping up as replay of LA

Blacks and Latinos have not united behind challenger

By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / October 13, 2005

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NEW YORK -- For the first time, minority voters could make up more than half of the city's electorate, but unlike in Los Angeles, where a potent black-Latino coalition elected the first Latino mayor in 130 years, the two groups in New York City have not united behind a Latino Democrat. (Full article: 1207 words)

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