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There are plenty of interesting subplots when it comes to this year’s Boston City Council elections. Will Michelle Wu top the at-large ticket, paving the way for a mayoral run? Will the council end up majority woman, and/or majority person of color? And what’s going to happen in District 9, a/k/a Allston-Brighton — a neighborhood where the pace of change has been dauntingly fast of late?

In this episode, Peter Kadzis and Adam Reilly tackle the latter topic in a conversation with the two candidates vying to represent District 9, which just happens to be where the WGBH mother ship is located: legislative aide Craig Cashman and neighborhood activist Liz Breadon, who finished first and second in an extremely close preliminary race back in September. Take a listen.

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