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By the Thinnest of Margins, UNC Student Tai Huynh Made History in Chapel Hill


Twenty-four votes. When everything was tallied, that’s all that separated Tai Huynh from Nancy Oates in the race for the fourth and final spot on the Chapel Hill Town Council. Huynh will become the first Vietnamese-American elected to office in North Carolina. At twenty-two, he’s also only the third UNC undergraduate to sit on the town’s governing body. (Indy Week)

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