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Exeter Conservatives are proud to present the team that will run for the next City Council elections in May.

The list (attached) features names that are already known and people whose commitment and dedication have so far been focused on smaller areas and in neighbourhood committees. There are some veterans of Exeter politics, with plenty of experience to share with us all, and some new faces whose enthusiasm will add fuel to an already steaming locomotive. 

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