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2016 Election Central: Palo Alto City Council

11 candidates vying for four seats on Nov. 8

Eleven candidates, including planning commissioners, past contenders and a few political newcomers, are vying for four seats on the Palo Alto City Council in this November's election.

The candidates are Stewart Carl, Len Ely, Adrian Fine, John Fredrich, Arthur Keller, Liz Kniss, Lydia Kou, Danielle Martell, Don McDougall, Greer Stone and Greg Tanaka.

The Weekly has created at Storify page to capture all the latest news on the council race.

The Storify archive will continue to be updated. To view it, go to Storify.com.

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