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Democrats' struggle in the southeastern part of town sheds light on some inconvenient truths

Driving through southeast Colorado Springs, Rob Andrews points out the houses where his friends grew up, where he learned to play football, where he goes to church today. Along a stretch of South Academy Boulevard, he detours through a near-empty parking lot…

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