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September 18, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Ruben Antonio Smith shook his head as he laughed. No, he said, he does not fit the conventional mold of a political rabble-rouser. But there he stood one day in August--a conservatively dressed real estate lawyer with a Newport Beach business address--before the Orange County Board of Supervisors. In a few short weeks, he had become a leading voice for Latinos trying to protect their voting rights during the redrawing of supervisorial districts.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Ruben Antonio Smith shook his head as he laughed. No, he said, he does not fit the conventional mold of a political rabble-rouser. But there he stood one day in August--a conservatively dressed real estate lawyer with a Newport Beach business address--before the Orange County Board of Supervisors. In a few short weeks, he had become a leading voice for Latinos trying to protect their voting rights during the redrawing of supervisorial districts.
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