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To Next Slide What are some problems that Tucson shares with other cities? Crowded schools, not enough good jobs, crime, and air and water pollution
To Next Slide A person who is hired to run a city. City manager
To Next Slide budget A plan for spending and saving money.
To Next Slide A court decides the cases of people accused of breaking city laws. Municipal court
To Next Slide An election in which the voters chose the people who will represent them in government. General election
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To Next Slide A sheet of paper or some other method used to mark a secret vote. ballot
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