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Interesting.

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This just in to Beacon Election Central ...

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Tick, tick, tick ... 13 days to go, and the stretch run kicks off with this Richard Irvin mailer.

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Back by popular demand, here's our early post that links to candidate survey responses from Aurora's three mayoral candidates. The Beacon News asked Mayor Tom Weisner, Alderman Richard Irvin and Alderman Stephanie Kifowit to answer 13 questions about their views on the city's most important issues.

Click on the links that follow to see what each candidate wrote.

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Election day is two weeks away, which means the mayoral candidates have to talk about their finances more than usual. Here's what popped up in recent days, including the mayor touting his support.

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Four weeks.
Three forums.
Nearly five hours of Aurora's mayoral candidates talking.

Take a deep breath.

So, what's next?

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Between last year's Congressional campaign and this year's mayoral contest, Beacon Election Central has seen a lot of candidate materials.

This one has to be the most confusing.

BY DAN CAMPANA

One day before the final meeting of Aurora's mayoral candidates, Alderman Richard Irvin has released his economic plan.

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This just in from Mayor Tom Weisner's campaign.

BY DAN CAMPANA

WIth only three weeks to go before election day, the mayoral candidates have but one joint appearance scheduled.

On Wednesday night, Mayor Tom Weisner, Alderman Richard Irvin and Alderman Stephanie Kifowit will gather at Wesley United Methodist Church for a candidate forum sponsored by members of Aurora's faith community.

Join The Beacon News' live blog coverage beginning at 6:15 p.m. The town hall-style forum starts at 6:30 p.m.

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