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Well, Silverman is trying to bounce Settles and Zuckerberg from the ballot. Assuming she is successful, it looks like regular voters in this process will need to choose between Silverman and Frumin.

Any chance either gets out of the race to ensure there isn't a split electorate paving the way for Mara, Brown or Bonds?

If not, what is the best course to achieve the goal of a good At-Large Councilmember representing voters in the 2013 special election?

by William on Feb 7, 2013 12:10 pm • linkreport

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