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New York House candidate Tedra Cobb visits with Gordon Miller and other Vermont residents at a cafe in Burlington, Vt. "We can't vote," Miller said of the New York race, "but certainly we can provide financial support." Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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Liberal Vermonters Look Across The Border To Sway Upstate New York Voters

Since their own delegation already votes with the Democrats, progressive Vermonters are trying to influence a key House race in upstate New York.

American Muslim college students in Ohio (front row: left to right) Halimah Muhammad (in brown hijab), Fatima Shendy, Zaina Salem, Ruba Abu-Amara, (back row: left to right) Arkann Al-Khalilee (in gray hijab), Nora Hmeidan and Lama Abu-Amara appear in an image that was featured in Uhuru, a Kent State University magazine in an issue on identity and race. Eslah Attar for NPR hide caption

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America's Next Generation Of Muslims Insists On Crafting Its Own Story

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How Oklahoma Parents Are Dealing With Teacher Walkouts

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New York House candidate Tedra Cobb visits with Gordon Miller and other Vermont residents at a cafe in Burlington, Vt. "We can't vote," Miller said of the New York race, "but certainly we can provide financial support." Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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Liberal Vermonters Look Across The Border To Sway Upstate New York Voters

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