Mayoral challenger wants to represent Greensboro’s working poor

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Few observers of city politics had heard of Devin King before he made a bid to run for mayor last week on the final day of filing for City Council races.

And that’s just the point, the 27-year-old Cleveland native said in an interview Monday.

“If we keep electing the same names, if we keep electing people who have been part of the system we have right now, we aren’t going to see change,” King said.

King said he wants his campaign to be about poor working people in Greensboro — something he knows about.

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