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Ann Arbor at the Crossroads

 

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Jack Eaton, who got involved in local politics through the Friends of Dicken Woods neighborhood group, has run for council twice before, both times against Margie Teall. Teamed with fact-challenged mayoral candidate Pat Lesko, he lost more than two-to-one in 2010 but came within eighteen votes of beating Teall in 2012. He can carry that momentum into his race against Higgins.

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