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Iranian Americans' Vote May Be Up for Grabs in US Election

Farid Khanlou owns Jordan Market in an area of Los Angeles called Persian Square. It’s packed with Persian businesses, many of which fly the country's flag from before the 1979 Iranian revolution. In this heart of the Iranian-American community, the largest group of Iranians abroad, there are many who remain undecided about which presidential candidate they support.  According to a poll by Zogby Research Services, 87 percent of Iranian Americans are registered to vote in the...

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