Jeremy Kennedy pulled petitions to run as a candidate for fourth ward City Council representative in the August 3, 2010 Democratic Party primary election.

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• Jeremy Kennedy (pulled Democratic petitions, but decided not to run)

Margie Teall, Ann Arbor's incumbent 4th Ward council member, potentially faces challenges from two attorneys with backgrounds in labor law in the Aug. 3 Democratic primary. Fourth Ward resident Jeremy Kennedy, who works for a law firm in Detroit, has pulled nominating petitions to seek Teall's seat. Attorney Jack Eaton, who practices law in Southfield, also announced his candidacy last month.

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