User talk:66.65.16.26

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Welcome[edit]

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March 2014[edit]

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  • pdf title=Mayor - Citywide Recap | publisher= NYC Board of Elections | accessdate=11/05/2013}}</ref> Voter turnout for the 2013 election set a new record low of only 24 percent of registered

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