In a newly released set of policy statements, Newton City Councilor Ruthanne Fuller said that as mayor she’d prioritize spending on students and school staff and advocate for better service by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.

Fuller, who was first elected to the then-Newton Board of Aldermen in 2009, announced her bid for mayor last fall. The city’s current executive, Mayor Setti Warren, has already announced he won’t seek reelection for a third term, and has said he is considering a run for governor.

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