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Coverage of the Madison mayoral election in 2007
Updates on the campaigns and weekly Q&As with the candidates

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The single highest-profile race in the spring 2007 elections in Madison was for the position of mayor. Incumbent Dave Cieslewicz defeated challenger Ray Allen by 62% to 38% at the polls on Tuesday, Apr. 3 to win a second term in office.

The race between the two candidates was low-key when compared to the last round of elections in 2003. Thiw was particularly the case after they emerged from a four-way primary (which included candidates Peter MuÃoz and Will Sandstrom) on Feb. 20.

Coverage by Isthmus and The Daily Page of this spring's Madison mayoral elections follows:

Isthmus also conducted a weekly question and answer series with the primary and general election candidates, addressing different aspects of the issues facing the City of Madison, and their messages for voters. This series follows:

There has also been considerable ongoing blogging about the Madison mayoral elections; this may be found in Madison Miscellany.

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