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May 23, 2014 | What happens after Mayor Castro leaves job?

Video duration: 26:46Video has closed captioning.

Mayor Julian Castro is likely to be the new Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. He has denied interest in the job in the past but has apparently changed his mind. Meanwhile, at least seven council members appear eager to replace him, and an uncounted number of politicians outside City Hall are exploring the possibilities. We look into next steps.

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