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The Review’s endorsements for contested seats and ballot issues in the Nov. 6 general election:

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The Review’s endorsements for contested seats and ballot issues in the Nov. 6 general election:

Mayor – Darlene Kordonowy; City council – Deborah Vancil, Jim Llewellyn, Bill Knobloch; Fire board – Scott Gray; School board – Susan Sivitz; Kitsap County Proposition 1, Cencom center – Yes; Bainbridge Island Proposition No. 1, open space levy – Yes; I-747, limiting property tax increases – No; I-773, raising tobacco taxes – No; I-775, home care quality – Yes; R-4202, investment of state funds – Yes; R-8208, allowing temporary use of judges from other jurisdictions – Yes

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