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MuÃoz: 'I'll have a full plate of work to do'

The morning after the conceding in the primary, Peter MuÃoz seems relatively upbeat about the direction of the mayoral race. His support is unwavering for fellow challenger Ray Allen, whom he endorsed within a half hour of withdrawal from the race. >More
 Allen: 'We're moving forward'

Ray Allen's get-together Tuesday night at the Esquire Club on Madison's north side was pleasantly laid back and mercifully uncrowded. His guests included business folk and politicians, as well as "people from Allied Drive" -- as Allen repeatedly pointed out. >More
 Madison Mayor: Cieslewicz vs. Allen, Madison School Board: Moss vs. Thomas

Turnout was low for the primary election on Tuesday, Feb. 20. Turnout was only at 10% by late afternoon, reported Dane County Clerk Bob Ohlsen, with those numbers unlikely to reach much higher. Nevertheless, the results speak for themselves, with the top two candidates in each race advancing to the general election on Apr. 3. The results follow below. >More
 Live-blogging the 2007 spring primary election in Madison

Mardi Gras 2007 is turning out to be an uncharacteristically busy evening, given the convergence of the holiday, the spring primary election, and the first challenge faced by the number-one-in-the-nation Badger men's basketball team. Parties focusing on all three events will be rolling around the city. Live-blogging of the election parties and releated bacchanalia follows below. >More
 Madison mayoral candidates prepare for the primary...

"We'd like to get to number one, but we'll settle for second." So says Dan Guerra, a spokesperson for Peter MuÃoz's campaign to unseat Dave Cieslewicz as mayor of Madison. Both campaigns are getting ready for a big day of GOTV on Tuesday, the primary for this spring's municipal elections in Wisconsin. >More
 Mayor Dave's weekly whereabouts -- Feb. 19 - 24

Mayor Dave Cieslewicz's weekly schedule includes some vacation this week, time we're guessing won't be spent lounging around the house catching up on Deadwood episodes and old Sudoku puzzles but, instead, out on the campaign trail. >More
 Duane Steinhauer discusses run for District 13 on the Madison Common Council

Duane Steinhauer, 59, is one of three candidates looking to succeed retiring Ald. Isadore Knox, Jr. in representing Dist. 13 on the Madison Common Council. Living with his wife in their home adjacent to St. Mary's Hospital since 1974, Steinhauer has been a landlord in Madison for more than 20 years. >More
 Mary Thornton discusses run for District 17 on the Madison Common Council

Mary Thornton is one of three candidates vying to succeed outgoing Ald. Santiago Rosas in representing Dist. 17 at the northeastern corner of Madison. Born and raised in the Madison area, the 50-year-old Thornton works as a stocker at Clasen's Bakery and as an Assembly page. >More
 How do Winston and Brew work with others?

Only a few days remain until the Madison school board primary on Feb. 20. Just one of the three spring races -- for Seat 3 -- will be on the ballot as voters narrow the three-person field of Beth Moss, Pam Cross-Leone and Rick Thomas to two finalists on the April 3 ballot. In his final pre-primary query, we ask the school board candidates how they work with others, when it's appropriate to compromise and when it's best to dissent. >More
 Mike Clark discusses run for District 13 on the Madison Common Council

Engineer Mike Clark is one of three candidates seeking to succeed retiring Ald. Isadore Knox, Jr. in Dist. 13, which includes the central and southern neighborhoods of Madison. Clark, a 36-year-old UW graduate, has lived in Madison for 13 years, and became a homeowner in the Bram's Addition neighborhood in 2004. >More
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