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CITY’s announcement that it would no longer endorse candidates for office generated a buzz amongst readers. The announcement seemed to leave some readers wondering whether CITY would continue covering politics. CITY will cover politics, of course, and it will continue devoting space to the platforms of candidates who are often overlooked by other news outlets. The difference is CITY won’t be choosing sides in a campaign. CITY trusts its readers to make that choice on their own.

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