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City Manager Candidates

The Flagstaff City Council has invited four candidates to Flagstaff to participate in the in-person interview portion of the search for a new City Manager. The final candidate names and a brief biography are included below:   Jill Keimach has 32 years of public service with a Master’s in City Planning and Bachelor’s in Architecture. She […]

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Election Reform Legislation Being Introduced

Arizona House Minority Leader Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix (District 14), announced that he will introduce legislation to create a bipartisan election reform study committee. Since the Nov. 6 general election, in which voters cast an unprecedented number of provisional ballots and reported statewide irregularities, Campbell has reached out to Arizona leaders to create this committee.   “Arizonans deserve real answers about […]

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Flagstaff Election Results

Flagstaff voters have approved Measures 405 and 406.  The former opens the door for thinning of the forests around Flagstaff to reduce the likelihood of catastrophic wildfire and subsequent flooding.  406 will allow for bonding to build a facilities maintenance yard in West Flagstaff.  The $43 million dollar project was defeated during the last November General […]

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Governor Poised to Cast Presidential Ballot

      Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is preparing to cast her ballot in today’s Arizona Presidential Preference election.  She will cast her ballot at Hope Chapel in Glendale.      Polls will close tonight at 7:00, but many voters have turned in their early ballots in advance of today’s election.      Mitt Romney […]

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Mayoral Primary Election Today

There are several Northern Arizona city elections planned for 2012, with the primary election scheduled for today, March 13. A handful of candidates are running for the office of mayor, with the exception of Sedona, where Rob Adams is running unopposed for reelection. In Winslow, Robin Robert Boyd will face Thomas Chacon in the general […]

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Pearce Faces November Recall Election

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has announced a November 8th recall election for Senate President Russell Pearce.  “Today, in accordance with state law, I issued an order calling a special recall election. This action is mandated under ARS Section 19-209. “Under Arizona law, the Governor must call a special election once the Secretary of State’s Office […]

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Paul Kulpinski Running for Mayor

Longtime businessman Paul Kulpinski has filed paperwork for 2012 Mayoral Election.  Organizers filed an Arizona Political Committee Statement of Organization at Flagstaff’s City Hall with the name Paul Kulpinski for Mayor.  With this filing, Kulpinski becomes the first candidate for Mayor in the 2012 election. Kulpinski has lived in Flagstaff for 21 years and currently […]

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Social Media Shaping Election Landscape

Over the last several years, Americans have consumed social media applications at a record pace and are allocating more and more of their waking hours on sites like Facebook and Twitter. “When it comes to election cycles, they’re spending increased amounts of time using social media sites to learn about their favored politicians on their […]

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