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Oct122015

Will money change votes?

Hill County Obsever, Oct, 2015

By THOMAS DIMOPOULOS
Contributing writer

Control of the city government in Saratoga Springs is at stake in the Nov. 3 election, with contested races for four of five City Council seats. Thomas Dimopoulos photo


A fund-raiser in late June at a Broadway sports bar marked the beginning of a new campaign to shape the future of Saratoga Springs.
The gathering raised an initial round of donations for the newly formed Saratoga Political Action Committee, or Saratoga PAC, which counts some of the city’s leading real estate developers among its supporters.
And the event made clear that the group plans to play a major role in the lead-up to the Nov. 3 election, in which every elective office in the city government is at stake

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