Candidates survive racist 'garbage' to make it to Election Day

In Hoboken, mayoral candidate Ravi Bhalla's turban-wearing likeness was plastered on leaflets under red letters that read, "Don't let TERRORISM take over our town!"
0:50 | 11/07/17

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Transcript for Candidates survive racist 'garbage' to make it to Election Day
And a racist flyer in Hoboken is causing problems for mayoral candidates on both sides. Of the aisle flyer calls council manner Robbie bum luck. A terrorist the councilman is of sikh faith and probably where's his turban while lyonnaise out for mayor of Hoboken against councilman. Michael de Fusco. The flyer says it was paid for by the Fusco but he says that's not true. The two candidates have condemned the ad both hope it doesn't swing voters. The sort of like a pit my stomach get you know you're really know how to react to that those most concerned about my wife and children. I was victimized too by a by a flyer that you know basically associating me with the race with racism. A police believe this man handed out the fliers and now they are hoping to find him if elected. Bala would be the first sick mayor of hope all.

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