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Longtime volunteer set to join Naperville mayoral race
Longtime community volunteer Jim Haselhorst for years held off on running for mayor, recognizing that A. George Pradel, the occupant of that office since 1995, would be all but impossible to beat. With Pradel leaving office in April, Haselhorst is in. He faces at least three likely opponents in the spring consolidated election.
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