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Here’s Nelson Diaz’s (unfinished?) campaign site

Looking slick so far.

A screenshot of Nelson Diaz's campaign website. (Screenshot via

In case you’re having trouble finding latest mayoral candidate Nelson Diaz’s campaign website, we just found it.
The site doesn’t come up in a simple Google search, and we’re only about 90 percent certain it’s official. We just guessed at a few URLs and got lucky.
Anyway, you can enjoy this short biographical YouTube video of Diaz, as well as explore his social media accounts, register to vote and donate to his campaign fund.
Alternatively, redirects to state Sen. Anthony Williams’ campaign site. Good grab, Tony.

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