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Fixing roads, opposing high density projects and having staff do work instead of outsourcing projects would be the top three priorities for Bob Schacherer, if elected to Chino Valley Town Council.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review July 18, 2022
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Neither incumbent Chino Valley Mayor Jack Miller nor challenger Bob Campbell received the most applause during the mayoral debate Saturday, July 16, at Town Hall with about 40 people attending.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review July 16, 2022
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Five candidates are running for Dewey-Humboldt Town Council after candidate Teresa Schroder in early July voluntarily withdrew her name from the Aug. 2 primary election ballot, town officials reported.

By The Daily Courier July 14, 2022
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Robert Switzer is the only write-in candidate running for Chino Valley Town Council and the only candidate endorsed by Chino Valley Alliance for Responsible Growth.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review July 12, 2022
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John Garden IV said if elected to the Town Council that his priorities would be managing water better, having a third party review the budget and slightly increasing the town’s property taxes to improve teacher pay.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review July 12, 2022
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Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit Prescott Valley for a rally this weekend to support candidates he has endorsed ahead of the state’s primary elections.

By The Daily Courier July 12, 2022
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Prescott Valley mayor running unopposed in primary election, details goals for 2nd term
Incumbent Schumacher, candidate Greer, write-in candidate Leyva on Town Council ballot

Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta is running unopposed in the Primary Election Tuesday, Aug. 2, but three candidates are vying for two seats on the Town Council, including incumbent Kendall Schumacher, candidate Michael Greer and write-in candidate Lucy Leyva.

By Doug Cook July 11, 2022
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Despite the two major resignations in Yavapai County’s election-related departments in recent weeks, county officials say the Aug. 2 primary is on track to proceed without any interruptions.

By Cindy Barks July 11, 2022
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Carman, Jolley, Padilla square off in election for Prescott Justice of the Peace
All 3 candidates are Prescott-area attorneys with different backgrounds

The head of the Prescott Consolidated Justice/City Court is the justice of the peace/city magistrate, which makes judgments or decisions about violations of state law and Yavapai County code in the county’s Prescott Precinct.

By Doug Cook July 11, 2022
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Yavapai County Recorder Leslie Hoffman would like to remind voters about important information regarding the upcoming 2022 Primary Election being held Tuesday, Aug. 2...

July 5, 2022
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Arizona voters will face at least eight — and likely as many as 11 — proposals they get to approve or quash in November.

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The Greater Prescott area is represented in the Arizona Legislature, District 1, by two people in the House and one in the Senate.

By The Daily Courier July 5, 2022
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Sherri Phillips said if elected to the Chino Valley Town Council she wants to see more varied shopping, more activities for kids, especially expanded days that the community pool is open, and see if builders are paying their fair share for infrastructure for housing.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review July 4, 2022
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Chino Valley Mayor Jack Miller’s priorities if re-elected are improving infrastructure, especially bringing water and sewer services to more homes, and paving more roads.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review July 4, 2022
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The elected county recorder and the elections director in Yavapai County are resigning after more than a year and a half of threats and heated criticism from backers of former President Donald Trump who accept his claim that he lost the 2020 election because of fraud.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press July 1, 2022
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FBI agents looking into events surrounding former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss have subpoenaed Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, who orchestrated a discredited review of the election.

By BOB CHRISTIE and JONATHAN J. COOPER Associated Press July 1, 2022
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Cloyce Kelly is not seeking re-election after serving five years on the Chino Valley Town Council, but he believes the town’s future is in good hands because the council is level, fair and not there for their own self-interests.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review June 14, 2022
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Adults in Chino Valley who would like to run as a write-in candidate for mayor or council member in the town’s Aug. 2 Primary Election must file nomination papers no later than 5 p.m. Thursday, June 23.

June 7, 2022

Chino Valley residents can register to vote until July 5, but the field has been set for the Chino Valley mayor and three council member races.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review May 30, 2022
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Noel Campbell of Prescott, who announced his bid for Arizona Senate in Legislative District 1 on Jan. 21, withdrew from the race Monday, May 9, reportedly over smear attacks.

By The Daily Courier May 9, 2022
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Republican U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar says he now lives in Mohave County, putting his residence in Arizona's newly redrawn 9th Congressional District as he runs for a seventh term.

April 9, 2022
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Williams Mayor John Moore has announced his bid for the Republican nomination for Arizona’s Congressional District 2, of which the Prescott area is a part under the latest redistricting.

February 26, 2022
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Millions of Arizonans would lose the right to vote early and by mail under the terms of legislation approved Monday by a Senate panel.

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The top House Republican is unilaterally quashing legislation which would have given lawmakers the power to reject election returns.

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U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is growing increasingly isolated from some of her party's most influential officials and donors after playing a key role in scuttling voting rights legislation that many Democrats consider essential to preserving democracy.

By JONATHAN J. COOPER Associated Press January 22, 2022

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