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Newcomers knocked out two incumbents - and possibly three - in closely fought Missoula City Council races, seating Caitlin Copple, Mike O'Herron and Adam Hertz, according to final unofficial election results Tuesday.

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Mary "Maer" Seibert is probably a better person than she is a good politician.

She's a most-of-the-time Democrat recruited to run by Republicans. She isn't seeking endorsements, although some are headed her way. And she's hand-painting her campaign signs.

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When Jason Wiener won his seat on the Missoula City Council, he was its youngest member and a councilor who viewed his position as a full-time job.

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If you want your municipal election ballot, you might need to check in with the Missoula County Elections Office.

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Adam Hertz is taking another shot at nabbing a seat on the Missoula City Council.

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Editor's note: The Missoulian is profiling all candidates for Missoula City Council, one per day, over the next few weeks. The collected stori…

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Not one year into her term representing Ward 2, Cynthia Wolken launched a project Mayor John Engen described as "one of the smartest things" t…

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Paul Bohan doesn't claim to have visions of grandeur for Missoula or offer bold new leadership.

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Zoning regulations, special improvement districts and master plans are important, yet often confusing aspects of city operations, said Missoul…

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Those campaign signs popping up all over Missoula may help voters get to know the names of the City Council candidates running for a seat in t…

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An email sent by Missoula County Democrats deliberately misrepresented the voting records of two Missoula City Council members, a new complain…

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The outcome of a referendum on the city of Missoula's 2011 ballot isn't going to be legally binding.

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Lyn Hellegaard remains steadfast in her mission to force the city of Missoula to release its raw budget numbers.

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Renee Mitchell likes to golf, and many of her conversations in Missoula City Council chambers come back around to that sport. In fact, she has…

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Mike O'Herron has an interesting endorsement posted on his campaign website. It's a joint statement of support that straddles the political sp…

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Ed Childers is the longest-serving councilor currently seated, and he considers Missoula "a great place to live for everybody."

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Peggy Miller wants to use a Ward 6 seat on the Missoula City Council to take on some of the issues already on her agenda.

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Editor's note: Shane Stack declined an interview with the Missoulian for a profile. Here are his responses to written questions. This is the f…

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When Missoula voters get their ballots in the mail, they will face a choice to send a message to Washington, D.C.

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Mail bags were stuffed Monday with democracy in the making: your city election ballots.

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Office sought: Councilor for Ward 3, which includes the University District and the Slant Streets and is generally bounded by the Clark Fork R…

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What is your message as a Missoula councilor (or councilor-to-be) to the Montana Public Service Commission about the proposed sale of Mountain…