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High-powered panel talks politics on the Vineyard

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Wondering what’s at stake for women in the upcoming presidential election? Get thee to the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown on Sunday. Congresswoman Barbara Lee of California, OneUnited Bank president Teri Williams, D.C. attorney Amy Goldson, and former ABC News anchor Carole Simpson are taking part in the panel “Women Voters & the 2012 Presidential Election and Other Urgent Modern Day Issues.” (On Monday, Williams will be signing copies of her book, “I Got Bank! What My Granddad Taught Me About Money,” at the Cousen Rose Gallery in Oak Bluffs.)

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