Temecula mayor who resigned over email uproar files to run for city council again

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2019
James 'Stew' Stewart
Former Temecula mayor James Stewart has filed papers to run for city council after stepping down last month. Stewart pulled a candidate intention statement July 13 — the first day of the nominating period for city council — from the Temecula City Clerk’s office, and has since qualified to run for election in Temecula City Council District 4 this November. "James Stewart pulled papers on July 13, 2020 and filed papers on July 21, 2020 and has qualified as a candidate for District 4 with the requisite number of signatures verified," Temecula City Clerk Randi Johl confirmed Tuesday. The former mayor has not made any public social media statements of his intention to run again as of July 28, and did not return a message seeking comment the afternoon of July 27. Stewart announ
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