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Battle for Chinatown

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Throughout New York City all indications are that turnout has been low in the Democratic Primary. The exception seems to be in Chinatown, where City Council member Alan Gerson and candidate Margaret Chin are fighting to get the upper hand. Earlier today a dispute erupted at The polling location at 133 Bowery. According to a poll inspector lawyers for the two campaigns nearly had to be separated earlier today. The dispute apparently was related to allegations that a translator was coaxing a woman she was helping to vote for Chin. Gerson himself was leaving the precinct as I arrived.

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