Category: Elections

Local Election Notes

Mohave County voters approved both statewide ballot measures in Tuesday’s special election. Results are unofficial pending ongoing vote processing and the election canvas. Tabulation of nearly 27,000 votes reveals county voters favoring passage of proposition 123 (14,960-11,778). Prop 124 is passing in Mohave County (16,610-9,785). Unofficial results place three men and two women on the new board of the Lake Mohave Ranchos Fire District: Steve Berg                       228 David Anthony                 223 Eric Terrill                        215 Charlotte Kiffer                213 Debora Cass                  ...

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Early Voting Getting Underway

Early voting starts Wednesday for the special election Arizona is conducting on May 17. The ballot is certainly free of clutter. Ballot propositions 123 and 124 are up for statewide decisions and there is only one local matter before a portion of the county electorate. Residents of the Meadview and Dolan Springs area will be elected five members to the Lake Mohave Ranchos Fire District Board, which was disbanded in early 2013. The three early voting locations are: The Mohave County Library in Lake Havasu City. 1770 N McCulloch Blvd. Room A. 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m Monday through...

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Early Voting begins tomorrow!

Early Voting begins tomorrow!  Here are a list of the Early Voting locations, addresses, days, & times:   3 Early Voting Locations: 1.  Mohave County Library     1770 N McCulloch Blvd, Room A     Lake Havasu City, AZ  Hours of Operation for May 17 Election:         April 20 – April 29  (Monday thru Friday)         9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.                May 2 – May 13   (Monday thru Friday)         9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  2.  Mohave County Library      1170...

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Bruck appointed to BHC council by unanimous vote

BULLHEAD CITY—The six remaining members of the city council agreed—former Vice Mayor Kathy Bruck was the most qualified person to replace the late Mickey McClure, at least until November. By unanimous vote during Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting, the city council formally appointed Bruck to the vacancy created by McClure’s death earlier this year. Bruck had been ranked as the most qualified applicant for the vacancy by a special nominating committee that had been empaneled to review the eight people vying for the appointment. That ranking was the compelling reason to select Bruck, according to several city council members. “Because Kathy...

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