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Italians clash in New York race
Two Italian-Americans are in the race for governor of New York in November elections.
Last Modified: 18 Oct 2010 12:55 GMT


In the US midterm elections, the race for governor of New York has become a battle between two Italian-Americans.

Republican Carl Paladino - a successful and outspoken businessman - is running against Democrat Andrew Cuomo, the state attorney general.

And as Scott Heidler reports from The Bronx, neither is shying away from ethnic stereotyping. (18 Oct, 2010)

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