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** FILE ** University of New Mexico students exit the "Voting Trolly" at a stop on campus in Albuquerque, N.M., on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2013. ABQ Trolley Co. partnered up with the nonprofit Progress Now New Mexico to provide University of New Mexico students transportation to voting sites due to a prior vote by the Albuquerque City Council that excluded the university as a voting site for a special ballot. Albuquerque voters will decide whether to ban abortions after 20 weeks following an emotional and graphic campaign that has included protests and hundreds of thousands of dollars on television and radio ads that have brought out more than twice as many early voters as the recent mayoral elections. (AP Photo/Juan Antonio Labreche)
Photo by: Juan Antonio Labreche
** FILE ** University of New Mexico students exit the "Voting Trolly" at a stop on campus in Albuquerque, N.M., on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2013. ABQ Trolley Co. partnered up with the nonprofit Progress Now New Mexico to provide University of New Mexico students transportation to voting sites due to a prior vote by the Albuquerque City Council that excluded the university as a voting site for a special ballot. Albuquerque voters will decide whether to ban abortions after 20 weeks following an emotional and graphic campaign that has included protests and hundreds of thousands of dollars on television and radio ads that have brought out more than twice as many early voters as the recent mayoral elections. (AP Photo/Juan Antonio Labreche)

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