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From left, Jeremy Liu, Giles Li, and Mai Banh, volunteers for Sam Yoon, relaxed yesterday at a campaign debriefing.

Chinatown voter awareness helped propel Yoon's win

Turnout tripled in last eight years

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / November 10, 2005

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It used to be that politicians rarely stopped in the tiny neighborhood between the Central Artery and downtown. Chinatown residents didn't vote in big enough numbers to matter. The few who did, it seemed, often took their marching orders from a cadre of savvy, well-connected businessmen who ran the neighborhood. (Full article: 944 words)

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