Bell: Poll shows Smith leading Nenshi by 9 points. Are Calgarians finally waking up?
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They see a leadership not listening to all those taxpayers who want city hall to control its spending and stop finding new and creative ways to write cheques, shaking down the public who have no choice but to pay up.
First elected in 2010 in a surprise victory, Nenshi enjoyed sky-high approval ratings during his first few years in office and was even named the best mayor in the world in 2014.
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