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October 14, 2020
PORTLAND (AP) — In most election cycles, America wouldn't pay attention to the Portland, Oregon, mayoral race — but this isn't a normal year.
Months of protests against racial injustice and police violence have made Portland national news in a divisive election year, and President Donald Trump routinely derides Mayor Ted Wheeler as a weak liberal unable to stop unrest in his “anarchist” city.
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