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More candidates cite racial profiling during campaigning 

Candidates cite racial profiling

Natasha Megie-Maddrey is running for the Lynn City Council in Ward 4 despite facing racial profiling throughout her current and past campaigns. She recalled one instance where a woman called the police on her while she was out campaigning, presumably because she was Black.

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Candidates cite racial profiling

Ward 3 candidate for City Council Coco Alinsug shared his experience with racial profiling on the campaign trail. He recalled one instance where he was called a "lazy immigrant."

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Candidates cite racial profiling

Councilor-at-Large candidate Marven Hyppolite said people have told him they wouldn't be voting for him because of his Haitian heritage.

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Candidates cite racial profiling

Councilor-at-Large candidate Hong Net said he also had the police called on him while campaigning and has frequently had his lawn signs stolen or burned.

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LYNN — Additional candidates vying for positons as elected officials in the city say they have experienced and witnessed racial profiling while campaining, following former mayoral candidate Keith Lee announcing…

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