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HILLVIEW - When voters go to the polls in two years to select their leaders for the city of Hillview, there may not be an option to vote a straight ticket.
Hillview City Council members listened to the first reading of an ordinance which would make races for town board and mayor non-partisan in the future.
Currently, residents have candidates grouped into party affiliation.
Mayor Jim Eadens said it really wasn’t about party politics, as five of the six candidates selected in November were Democrats.
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