After preferences were distributed I was second. But I take …

Comment on Fireworks expected over Deputy Mayor position by Jane Clark.

After preferences were distributed I was second. But I take your point.

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Fireworks expected over Deputy Mayor position
Aaah well Renz, I came second in the 2008 mayoral race and I didn’t see you outraged that I never became deputy. It really is up to the councillors of the day to vote for a deputy they support.

ED – Sorry Jane, but you came third in the 2008 mayoral contest. Murray Stewart came second. There were eight candidates: Damien Ryan won with 39.6% of the vote, Murray was second with 19.5%, and you, third with 15.5%, followed by David Koch with 14%. Murray was elected deputy mayor for the first 12 months.

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