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Drive aims to boost voting by immigrants

Mayra Fonseca beamed Wednesday as her sons, Luis Mota (center) and Carlos Mota registered to vote at Fenway Park. Mayra Fonseca beamed Wednesday as her sons, Luis Mota (center) and Carlos Mota registered to vote at Fenway Park. (JOANNE RATHE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / September 19, 2008

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Immigrants entitled to vote in Massachusetts go to the polls at lower rates than native-born citizens in the state, a trend that activists are straining to reverse this election year through grass-roots voter drives in mosques, taquerias, and community centers. (Full article: 733 words)

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