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Senate Hopeful Wants To Woo Black Voters With ‘Kool Aid, KFC And Watermelons’

A GOP candidate for Senate has gotten backlash for allegedly planning a “racist” campaign event in Harlem. Republican Jon Girodes, a candidate in New York’s 30th Senate District, was emailing with NBC-4 reporters regarding controversy over a real estate dispute when he included in a message: “Ps I’m hosting an event in Harlem which will be in front of the state building in a few weeks.
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