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Your Guide To The District 9 City Council Race

Want to know more about the newest City Council seat? Understand the issues, meet the candidates and more:

The Council District That Didn't Exist

The creation of District 9 gave the city its second Latino-majority district. But that doesn't mean it will be a Latino-controlled district.

Where Being Able to Vote (and Cross the Street) Is a Big Deal

The story of one longtime resident, who's studying hard to become a citizen this year, underscores the major storylines coming out of the City Council's new district.

The Reader's Guide to Marti Emerald

The former TV reporter has something she'd like to clear up. After that, she wants to focus on voter registration, public safety and redevelopment in the City Council's brand-new district.

A Reader's Guide to Mateo Camarillo

The District 9 City Council candidate has a simple pitch: 'I'm running because underserved populations need representation.'

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Avatar for user 'Peking_Duck_SD'

Peking_Duck_SD | April 19, 2012 at 12:50 a.m. ― 2 years, 6 months ago

Can someone please answer this question, I have posted it before but never received an answer.

I would greatly appreciate KPBS delivering this info. to us :

Are mayoral candidates giving up their current posts to run?????

In other words, if Dumanis loses her maoralmbi, will she still be our DA?????????

If Dirty Carl loses will he be off the council too???????

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