Arizona city's primary election yields plenty results

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September 9, 2009

PRESCOTT, Arizona: The results from primary election of the city of Prescott, Arizona, held on September 1, 2009 have left the city with more to decide in the general election ballot.

In the aftermath of the election, the city saw Marlin Kuykendall elected as mayor, but did not see the three available city council seats filled. Now, the six candidates that received the most votes will see their names on the November 3, 2009 general election ballot. That public vote will be the final say in the issue of the vacant council seats.

Included in the election results is the three-quarters of a cent sales tax increase, which passed overwhelmingly amongst voters.[1]

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*City of Prescott Official Site