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Scottsdale mayoral race gets crowded: Councilwoman Suzanne Klapp is 4th to announce bid

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By Lorraine Longhi | The Republic 

After 11 years on the Scottsdale City Council, Suzanne Klapp announced this week that she will run for mayor.

The three-term councilwoman made the announcement at the Scottsdale Airport on Monday, according to an email on Thursday.

Klapp began exploring a bid for mayor last March. She is the fourth person to announce a mayoral run, following fellow City Council member Virginia Korte and former councilmembers Bob Littlefield and David Ortega.

Three-term Mayor Jim Lane cannot run again due to term limits. 

Klapp also faces term limits on the council. She did not immediately return a request for comment on Thursday.

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