The Diaspora in the Dominican Elections

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Supporters of Danilo Medina gather in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republican (ERIKA SANTELICES/AFP/GettyImages/Getty)

Erica Gonzalez, executive editor of El Diario, explains the role of Dominicans abroad in the recent Dominican elections. For the first time, Dominicans in New York and New Jersey were able to vote for seven congressional seats to represent the diaspora.


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Comments [4]

john from office

Shelly, you have a smug attitude. My relatives in Sosua, DR, leaving Schul would refer to you as a schmuck. Look it up Mr. Smug, entitled jewish American.

May. 24 2012 02:48 PM
John from office

Sheldon, do you work??, I do and I am am American and dont pay attention to elections that are not my own. You would be happy if we hacked each other to death as in Haiti.

May. 24 2012 02:41 PM
Nestor from NYC

Is there an audio segment about this posting available online?

May. 24 2012 12:48 PM
Sheldon from Brooklyn

Feeling unsafe in DR? - Oh no. call John from Office, maybe he can get more "Europeans" to run for office.

May. 24 2012 11:42 AM

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