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LATHAM, N.Y. – Prior to Democratic presidential hopeful John Kerry’s delegate win of New York, one of the nation’s two most populous states, the New York State Credit Union League urged credit unions to make their presence felt on Super Tuesday. “The primaries remind us this is an election year, and how important it is for credit unions to involve themselves in supporting credit union-friendly local candidates,” said Amy Kramer, governmental affairs director for the New York State Credit Union League. Kramer said with 236 delegates, New York is “one of the biggest brass rings in the drive for the Democratic nomination.” New York and California are the two most populous states in the nation. Kerry would go on to win 174 delegates for New York. His closest Democratic contender, John Edwards, who garnered 54 delegates here, dropped out of the race on March 3. [email protected]

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