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Byron Robertson recall, Huachuca City, Arizona (2011)

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A vote about whether to recall Byron Robertson from his position as mayor of Huachuca City, Arizona took place on March 8, 2011.[1][2]

Robertson was retained in office by the city's voters.

Robertson has been the mayor of Huachuca City since May 2009. He was elected when former mayor George Nerhan was recalled.[1]

Election results

Robertson was on the special recall ballot with two opponents. The results of the 3-way election were:

  • Votes for Byron Robertson: 140
  • Votes for David Perry: 97
  • Votes for George Nerhan: 64 [2]

Recall supporters

David Perry, the former mayor pro tem of Huachuca City, was a leader in the recall effort and also ran, unsuccessfully, for the seat that would have become vacant if Robertson had been recalled.[1]

See also

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