The November election is less than 100 days away, and on July 13 candidates for local office began pulling their papers and filing to run for office. They have until Aug. 7 to enter the Nov. 3 race.
This year the candidates will be adjusting their campaign strategies for an election in which they cannot engage in the traditional hallmark of local politics: knocking on doors. Live rallies and debates will also be limited.
Much of the campaigning is likely to take place on social media platf...
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