Mr. Crawford confirmed that Ms. Alexander's constituent services office had been a tenant of his.
"It's nothing personal," Mr. Crawford told The Times on Friday. "But we're becoming the joke of the city. We need someone who is going to speak up for this community. We are an intelligent, well-educated community, and we want good representation. You look at Wards 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 and you see development all over. No community would sit idly by and do nothing."
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