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Crossing the racial divide: To start, just talk, some email@example.com Ken Dious was at Invesco Field in Denver when Barack Obama accepted the Democratic presidential nomination, becoming the first black nominee of a major party. >
Athens lawyer Ken Dious talks about race and the election in his office recently.
Dious, a Barack Obama delegate, said if his candidate wins Tuesday, "I'll probably cry."
VIDEO: Athens lawyer and Obama delegate Ken Dious and former mayoral candidate Charlie Maddox talk about the race issue in politics
was at Invesco Field in Denver when Barack Obama accepted the Democratic presidential nomination, becoming the first black nominee of a major party.
Dious, an Obama delegate and Athens' first black lawyer, held back the tears then.
may not be able to keep his
wins Nov. 4, I'll probably cry," Dious
and other Athenians of his
generation grew up in era when civil rights activists marched up one side of Broad Street and the Ku Klux Klan down the other.
A lone Democrat, Ken Dious, has ...
A lone Democrat, Ken Dious, has also filed for the May 20 open primary to represent the congressional district.
The first African American attorney to practice in Northeast Georgia, Dious was an Obama delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 2008.