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Gunn High School Coverage of City Council Elections

Original post made by Timothy Gray, Charleston Meadows, on Nov 6, 2012

The following is from the high school newspapger, Gunn Oracle

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a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Nov 6, 2012 at 6:45 am

If you haven't mailed your ballot in, please get to the polls.

Web Link Web link to Campaign web site for Tim Gray.

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