Edwin Rivera

Highland Park resident

Highland Park resident

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While most Joe Biden supporters in Southern California watched the inauguration at home, Highland Park resident Edwin Rivera flew to Washington, D.C.

Angeleno in DC says he’s proud to wear the American flag again

While most Joe Biden supporters in Southern California watched the inauguration at home, Highland Park resident Edwin Rivera flew to Washington, D.C.

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Joe Biden supporters from Southern California who wanted to attend the presidential inauguration had difficult decisions to make in recent weeks.

‘I feel like I have to be there’: Despite violence and pandemic, one Angeleno is attending Biden’s inauguration

Joe Biden supporters from Southern California who wanted to attend the presidential inauguration had difficult decisions to make in recent weeks.

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