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Jane Lumm and Sally Hart Petersen, Ann Arbor

The Ward 2 War

Jane Lumm helped Sally Hart Petersen win her first council race. Now Petersen wants Lumm's seat.

In deep-blue Ann Arbor, the biggest city council contest comes in August's Democratic primary. This year, eight candidates chased four seats. The winners enter the November 3 election without ballot opposition, though in west-side Ward 5, Kevin Leeser is running as a write-in against primary winner Chip Smith.

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