Eisenberg twice struck resonant notes with the League of Women Voters’ group when he championed public power and pledged to guarantee renters’ rights.

Although neither issue has much to do with the day-to-day work of the city attorney’s office, the audience of about 100 at the Main Library Wednesday debate was stirred out of somnolence at the mere mention of each topic.

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