Tuesday’s primary election is the first competive primary for Dayton mayor in decades. The top two votegetters will move on to the November election. We asked the three candidates questions about the city’s economy, housing, crime and other issues on the minds of voters. Here’s a look at some of their responses. See all of their answers and information and answers from Dayton’s five city commission candidates at DaytonDailyNews.com/go/vote
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