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2014 Election Central: Palo Alto City Council

12 candidates are vying for five seats on Nov. 4

All the latest news on the 2014 Palo Alto City Council race. With five seats open, 12 candidates are making their bids: Wayne Douglass, Tom DuBois, Eric Filseth, John Fredrich, Karen Holman, A.C. Johnston, Lydia Kou, Seelam Reddy, Greg Scharff, Nancy Shepherd, Mark Weiss and Cory Wolbach.

VIDEOS:

Interview with Tom DuBois

Interview with Eric Filseth

Interview with John Fredrich

Interview with Karen Holman

Interview with A.C. Johnston

Interview with Lydia Kou

Interview with Seelam Reddy

Interview with Greg Scharff

Interview with Nancy Shepherd

Interview with Cory Wolbach

DEBATES:

Palo Alto City Council incumbents, challengers vie in debate

Palo Alto council candidates split on growth

Council candidates take aim at chain stores, offices

ARTICLES:

Crowded council race reaches finish line in Palo Alto

Candidate profile: The Ambassador — Nancy Shepherd

Candidate profile: The Pragmatist — Greg Scharff

Candidate profile: The Preservationist — Karen Holman

Candidate profile: The Protector — Wayne Douglass

Candidate profile: The Diplomat — Cory Wolbach

Candidate profile: The Engineer — Seelam Reddy

Candidate profile: The Agitator — Mark Weiss

Candidate profile: The Teacher — John Fredrich

Candidate profile: The Organizer — Lydia Kou

Candidate profile: The Data Guy — Eric Filseth

Candidate profile: The Critic — Tom DuBois

Candidate profile: The Negotiator — A.C. Johnston

The Battle for City Hall: The Challengers

The Battle for City Hall: The Residentialists

The Battle for City Hall: The Incumbents

Editorial: Holman, Scharff, DuBois, Filseth, Wolbach for City Council

Group grades City Council's 'residentialist' credentials

Palo Alto City Council challengers see influx of cash

Twelve vie for seats on the Palo Alto council

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