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Fred Dicker And Michael Benjamin Criticize Dominican Ambassador’s Push For Latino District | Politicker

http://www.politicker.com/2012/02/28/fred-dicker-and-michael-benjamin-criticize-dominican-ambassadors-push-for-latino-district/ Influential Albany power broker, radio host and New York Post columnist Fred Dicker is not pleased Dominican ambassador Roberto Saladin sent a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo asking him to support the push to create a new predominantly Latino … Continue reading

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Drawing districts to deepen divides? – m.NYPOST.com

It looks increasingly like a court-appointed special master will have to draw the new map for New York’s congressional districts. Will that plan reflect reality as well as federal law? That test is apparently too tough for the state lawmakers … Continue reading

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Dominican Ambassador Calls On Cuomo To Support Latino Congressional District

Politicker reports that Dominican Ambassador Roberto Saladin has thrown his support behind the push to create a new predominantly Latino Congressional district in Northern Manhattan and the Bronx.  Mr. Saladin sent a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo last Tuesday describing … Continue reading

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