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May 24, 2014 6:44 PM

Primary shows Anthany Beatty must work to overtake Jim Gray

Incumbent Jim Gray not only received the most votes in last week's mayoral primary, but also had the largest margin of victory in a mayoral primary in 20 years. Gray received 56.6 percent of the vote compared to challenger Anthany Beatty who received 37.9 percent of the 44,931 votes cast. (Danny Mayer, who was eliminated Tuesday, received 5.5 percent).

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