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Political primer

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Moncton city councillor Kathryn Barnes (right) and city clerk Barb Quigley talk to Jonna about Monday's "Municipal Café". It happening from 4 to 7:30 at City Hall and is designed to increase voter turnout for the upcoming election and encourage residents to run to city council.

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