VOTERS GUIDE: Candidates say if they agree or disagree with 23 statements

We posed 23 statements about the city, local issues, and governing philosophy to candidates

We asked mayoral and council candidates whether they agreed or disagreed about 23 statements about the city, local issues and their governing philosophy. Check out their responses below: click each image to zoom in.

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