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Few voters expected in Tuesday's special primary

1:40 PM, Jul. 20, 2013
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Appleton City Clerk Char Peterson predicts less than 10 percent of the 2,212 registered voters will cast ballots in the special primary election Tuesday to fill a common council seat.

The District 1 seat was held by Teege Mettille, who left for a new job. Three Appleton residents are vying for the seat, which triggered the primary ahead of the Aug. 20 election. The winner will serve the remainder of the term, which expires in April 2015.

On the ballot are Michael Potter, 57, a salesman at J. J. Keller and Associates; Tanya Rabec, 39, an adjudicator at the Department of Workforce Development; and ...

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