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Sudanese-American Looks Forward to First Election

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There's just two weeks until the November general election. It's turning out to be one for the history books. That's because of the presidential race between Illinois Senator Barack Obama and Arizona Senator John McCain. For some people in Chicago, the election represents a bit of personal history—a milestone. Over the next few weeks, we'll introduce you to a few of those voters. And we'll check back with them on Election Night. Today, a Sudanese man who came to Chicago as a refugee reflects on what it means to cast as ballot for the first time as an American citizen.

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