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Avshalom-Smith upsets party-endorsed Lawrence in New Haven’s 20th Ward alders race in Newhallville

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NEW HAVEN — Devin Avshalom-Smith, a 32-year-old upstart who works as a legislative aide in Hartford, upset Democratic Party-endorsed labor organizer Shirley Lawrence Tuesday to win the…



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