by TERESA WOODARD WFAA Posted on May 6, 2013 at 10:16 PM Updated today at 10:56 PM PLANO – Onlookers might call it historic, but the candidates really don’t. Plano will elect its first African-American mayor on Saturday; both candidates on the ballot are black. “From a historical standpoint, I see myself not so much as first, but as being next,” said Harry LaRosiliere, referring to a long line of mayors before him who successfully guided the city. His opponent, Fred Moses, said he sees it
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