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City primary: Is it necessary?
Locals disagree on need for 2 voting rounds in city’s non-partisan race

City Attorney Jon Paladini explains how the city charter defines the number of votes a candidate must receive to win outright as the City of Prescott held its primary election for mayor and three council members Tuesday, Aug. 29 in Prescott. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

City Attorney Jon Paladini explains how the city charter defines the number of votes a candidate must receive to win outright as the City of Prescott held its primary election for mayor and three council members Tuesday, Aug. 29 in Prescott. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

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