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What happened on November 7th, 2017 in the Cambridge City Council election? In this episode of Backyard Cambridge we look at who won, who lost, and what exactly went wrong with the vote tallying process. Then we look beyond this election to see the impact the results will have on affordable housing policies in the city.
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Cambridge.Vote (Kelsey Harris) - Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambridge Residents' Alliance (Nancy Ryan) - http://www.cambridgeresidentsalliance.org/
A Better Cambridge (Jesse Kanson-Benanav) - http://www.abettercambridge.org/
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