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Teri Currie
Alice Green ran her campaign without the big money or staff available to the incumbent, and she was never able to lure him into a debate. Green eventually took 20 percent of the vote and made some politicians wonder if there might be an alternative to the Albany machine

 

Alicia Solsman
after gathering 3,600 signatures and overcoming legal hurdle after hurdle put in their way by City Hall, the Albany Civic Agenda found themselves betrayed and abandoned by Common Council members who had pledged their support

 

John Whipple
Barbara Smith announced her candidacy for the Common Council seat in Ward 4 early in the game. It quickly became clear that the celebrated community activist was a sure bet to take over for the departing Sarah Curry-Cobb

 

Teri Currie
Joe Sullivan ran his mayoral bid through the Internet without doing much door to door campaigning. Sullivan had no illusions about his ability to sway the Democractic vote in Albany, and instead looked for his challengers to divide it

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