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Chris Cabaldon, mayor of West Sacramento, California
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Karen Freeman-Wilson, Mayor, Gary, Indiana
Melvin Carter, Mayor, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Jacob Frey, Mayor, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Dave Kleis, Mayor, Saint Cloud, Minnesota
Acquanetta Warren, Mayor, Fontana, California
Jim Kenney, Mayor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Richard J. Berry, Mayor, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Joe Riley, Retired Mayor, Charleston, South Carolina
Christopher Cabaldon, Mayor, West Sacramento, California
Robert Reichert, Mayor, Macon-Bibb, Georgia
Betsy Hodges, Mayor, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Charlie Hales, Mayor, Portland, Oregon
William Peduto, Mayor, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Julian Castro, Mayor, San Antonio, Texas
Emily Shea, Commissioner, Age Strong Boston, Massachusetts
Gary Jackson, City Manager, Asheville, North Carolina
Brandt Richardson, County Manager, Dakota County, Minnesota
Rose Gowen, M.D., Commissioner, Brownsville, Texas
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