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Election 2019

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The Bloomington City Council will be losing one of its most fiscally conservative aldermen next spring when David Sage steps down after three terms.

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A second candidate has announced a run for Bloomington's Ward 8 on the southeast side.

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The longest currently serving alderman in Bloomington said she wants four more years.

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David Sage said Tuesday he’s not running for re-election to the Bloomington City Council in 2019—the second alderman to decide against seeking another term.

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Normal Town Council member Kathleen Lorenz said she's running for a second term next April.

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There are still 244 days until the next Bloomington City Council election, but three candidates have already announced plans to run.

A local business owner said Wednesday she’s running for Bloomington City Council in 2019—at least the third candidate to announce with more than 250 days until the election.

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McLean County Board member Josh Barnett announced Tuesday he will run for Bloomington City Council in Ward 8.

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Community organizer Jenn Carillo said she wants more than to have people at the table listen to her. She wants a seat at the table.