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Foul Play Alleged In New York SAG-AFTRA Board Race

EXCLUSIVE: Allegations that the leaders of SAG-AFTRA's ruling party in New York used "inside information" to win an extra seat on the union's national board of directors are being leveled by members of the local's opposition party. The claims could set the stage for an election challenge after ballots are counted next week. Only eight national board seats representing actors from New York
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