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London Mayoral Race Pits Colorful Candidates

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London Mayoral Race Pits Colorful Candidates

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London Mayoral Race Pits Colorful Candidates

London Mayoral Race Pits Colorful Candidates

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Voters in London head to the polls Thursday to elect a new mayor. The contest is a match-up between two colorful personalities on London's political scene — the incumbent Ken Livingstone and his rival Boris Johnson. Host Steve Inskeep talks to Andrew Miller, political editor of the Economist magazine, about the election.

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