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Vol. 9, Issue 267 • Thursday, September 23, 2004
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Final results for primary

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DJs 4 Democracy will stage a free show at Kapiolani Park on Saturday to encourage youths to get out and vote. From left are hosts Mark Wilber, Jeremy VerStrat and Chris Olson.
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