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Mayor’s Race in Holyoke Crowded

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Mayor’s Race in Holyoke Crowded

A mayor’s race is shaping up in Holyoke.  Jeffrey Stanek is the latest to declare his candidacy.  The 39 year old accountant and businessman got married last year and moved from Michigan back to his native Holyoke.  Stanek says he wants to bring efficiency to city government.  The crowded field includes Air Force vet Jim Santiago, newspaper writer Daniel Boyle, former mayor Dan Szostkiewicz and incumbent Alex Morse.

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