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In New York's Harlem, Black Voters Divided Between Clinton, Sanders

Beside Central Park, at the southern tip of New York's Harlem neighborhood, Second Canaan Baptist Church — erected in 1947 — welcomes a diverse, mostly African-American set of voters. Inside, altars and chairs have been replaced with booths and registration tables. In place of a pastor, a voting clerk directs people to formally cast a ballot. "We have a first-time voter!" declares one volunteer, to the cheers of everyone in the room. This is primary election day in New...

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