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Gatsas for Mayor: Working hard for Manchester
Too many politicians pretend that the choices facing elected officials are simple matters of obvious moral clarity. Mayor Ted Gatsas' opponent in the 2013 election happens to be one of those charlatans. Mayor Gatsas, on the other hand, has recognized that running a city effectively requires hands-on, blue-collar type of work.
Rather, a good mayor identifies the city's most pressing problems, offers solutions, then builds coalitions to solve them. That has been Mayor Gatsas' method.
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