Politics & Government

May 23, 2014 10:19 AM

Eric Meyer drops out of SLO City Council race

San Luis Obispo City Council candidate Eric Meyer has dropped out of the race. Two incumbents — Mayor Jan Marx and Councilwoman Carlyn Christianson — are seeking re-election, and Gordon Mullin and Daniel Cano have filed their intention to run.

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