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Tuesday April 24, 2018
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Ann Arbor city council/mayoral candidates

A $250,000 Election?

This year's city council race is shaping up as the most expensive in history.

From the February, 2014 issue

In November, Jane Lumm and Kirk Westphal spent over $40,000 between them in Ward Two. Their total nearly doubled last year's second-most-expensive contest, the $21,000 Democratic primary between Jack Eaton and Marcia Higgins in Ward Four. And it easily topped the previous record holder: the $34,000 race in 2011, when Lumm beat Stephen Rapundalo.

 
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