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And then there were three … people running for mayor

Nicholas A. Ross also ran for mayor in 2014
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Guelph city council chambers. Richard Vivian/GuelphToday

A third candidate has stepped forward in search of winning the mayor’s seat at city council following the upcoming municipal election.

Nicholas A. Ross filed his nomination paperwork on Tuesday, as did fellow aspiring politician Danny Drew. They join incumbent Cam Guthrie on the Oct. 24 ballot.

Efforts to reach Ross for comment about his candidacy weren’t immediately successful. 

Ross ran for the mayor’s chair in 2014 and garnered 112 votes in a race between seven candidates, including Guthrie.

Guthrie registered on May 3 to run for re-election, in search of his third term.

Deadline to register for the election is Friday at 2 p.m.