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Elections could rattle region’s city halls

By   /   Monday, October 18th, 2010  /   Comments Off on Elections could rattle region’s city halls

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The battles for the 112th Congress and the governor’s office may be sucking up most of the oxygen this campaign season, but voters up and down the Tri-Counties will also pick new city councils on Nov. 2.
 

The region’s largest cities — Oxnard, Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley — all have contested council elections. In Oxnard, that means the mayor and two council members must run for re-election in the midst of a criminal investigation into how the city handles contracts.

There’s also a hotly contested mayoral election in San Luis Obispo, where, for the first time in the past 16 years, the council won’t include current Mayor Dave Romero.

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