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September 14, 2013 12:00 AM

SLY: When district elections chop up the secret ballot

There are several persuasive arguments for electing school board, city council and special district members by district. Among them: It’s less expensive for candidates to campaign, therefore allowing more citizens to compete fairly, and it should assure better representation for all neighborhoods.

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