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The Aberdeen election is coming up soon, and the players haven't changed.

Between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Nov. 8, residents who drop by the Aberdeen Senior Center will be primarily choosing between the two mayoral candidates, incumbent Mike Bennett and challenger Patrick McGrady.

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The four incumbent city council members are running unopposed.

The city had 8,725 registered voters as of Wednesday, according to the Harford County Board of Elections.

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That is slightly fewer than the 8,812 voters who were registered to vote during the 2009 election. Only 21 percent of all voters participated in the last city election two years ago.

Absentee ballots are available on the Harford County Board of Elections website, http://www.harfordvotes.info/.

The mayor and all four council members elected in November will be the first to serve the four-year terms.

The incumbent council members are Ruth Elliott, Bruce Garner, Sandra Landbeck and Ruth Ann Young.

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