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October 23, 2013

Newburyport mayoral candidates debate waterfront, city issues


While Sullivan did not use his full time allotted on many answers, Holaday commented that not enough time had been allotted for answers — candidates were given 90 seconds to answer questions.

Sullivan’s closing message was that he would be an accessible mayor who would offer communication, cooperation and collaboration. He requested the vote of all watching or listening.

The mayor ended by citing a list of accomplishments, and a request to voters to permit her to serve a four-year term, the first in the city’s history.





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