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September 13, 2000 | From Associated Press
Businessman James Perkins was elected Selma's first black mayor Tuesday, ousting a former segregationist, in one of several state primaries. In Vermont, two Republican legislators who voted for the state's civil union law for gay couples were ousted, three more were trailing badly and a Democrat who opposed it also was defeated. In New York, party-swapping Rep. Michael P.
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September 13, 2000 | From Associated Press
Businessman James Perkins was elected Selma's first black mayor Tuesday, ousting a former segregationist, in one of several state primaries. In Vermont, two Republican legislators who voted for the state's civil union law for gay couples were ousted, three more were trailing badly and a Democrat who opposed it also was defeated. In New York, party-swapping Rep. Michael P.
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