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Some Williamsburg residents aren’t shy about voicing their political leanings.

Just two weeks after the builder of the Edge waterfront megadevelopment unveiled a 100-foot tall banner mocking Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, the residents of a Wythe Avenue building endorsed Democratic candidate Barack Obama by spelling out “VOTE OBAMA” with a seven-story sign.

The building, which is between South First and Second streets, was long adorned with a string of red LED lights long that read “SAVE DOMINO” — referring to the Domino Sugar factory that will soon be converted into residential high-rises. — Ben Muessig

Updated 5:09 pm, July 9, 2018
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