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2009 Election Day / Mayors #952307

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Reports introduced.

(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The possibility that Atlanta will elect Mary Norwood as its white mayor featured; details given about the movement in the city to move beyond race. [Atlanta residents Barbara BOYD†, Mike WRIGHT†, Jimmy ROBINSON†, Insider Advantage Matt TOWERY†- talk about the black vote.]

(Houston: Ryan Owens) The possibility an openly gay woman, Annise Parker††, can be elected mayor of Houston featured. [PARKER - says she has been out for so long.] [WOMAN - says it is not an issue.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's run for a third term & the vote in Maine on a same-sex marriage law reported.

Gibson, Charles;
Osunsami, Steve;
Owens, Ryan

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