Title

An average of 17 percent of Portland voters turn out each year to choose city co

Authors

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

4-27-1995

Pages

7-13

Abstract

An average of 17 percent of Portland voters turn out each year to choose city councilors and school board members. Efforts to change the system, from moving the date of the election to November to creating a popularly-elected mayor, have gone nowhere. Details, profiles of the 13 candidates for the Portland City Council and the Portland School Board.

Subjects

Elections

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