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NEW YORK — A New York man is suing TGIFriday’s for firing him after he told his boss he voted for Barack Obama in 2008.

Michael Verzillo, who is Black, claims his white boss, regional manager Tanya Edwards, launched a campaign against him after he revealed his vote and then fired him.

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The New York Post reports:

Verzillo, a 15-year company worker, said he was falsely charged with changing expiration dates on food and leaving early during a snowstorm.

“She sent me home two days before Christmas,’’ said Verzillo, and then fired him by phone.

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