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Gov. Fusae Ohta won a second four-year term in Sunday’s gubernatorial election in Osaka, beating four rivals in the nation’s second-most populous prefecture, according to early returns and a Kyodo News exit poll.

Elected in 2000 as Japan’s first female governor, the 52-year-old Ohta cruised to victory with a host of parties backing her.

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