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Are the pronoun refrences clearly started in these sentences?
1. The governor t told the mayor that she would win by a landslide.
2. When the mayor thanked the governor, she was happy.
3. People who wish to vote must do so before 7:00 p.m., for after that you are turned away.

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    1. Who is going to win by a landslide -- the governor or the mayor?

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