Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles, a Democrat, and council member Kenny Smith, a Republican, won their party’s primaries on Tuesday and will face each other in November. Find out where they stand on four key issues.
Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles, a Democrat, and council member Kenny Smith, a Republican, won their party’s primaries on Tuesday and will face each other in November. Find out where they stand on four key issues. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles, a Democrat, and council member Kenny Smith, a Republican, won their party’s primaries on Tuesday and will face each other in November. Find out where they stand on four key issues. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

Find out where Charlotte mayoral candidates Lyles, Smith stand on four key issues

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