Two commas are needed exactly where you suggested, because “in turn” is a nonrestrictive phrase. In plain English, this means it does not restrict the meaning of the sentence in any way, and you could omit it completely without changing the sentence’s sense.
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I was wondering which of the following sentences is correct: (1) Due to her success in bringing the matter to the city council, the measure was passed. (2) Due to her success of bringing the matter to the city council, the measure was passed. Any help you can give me would be very appreciated. Thank you very much.