Q&A with the CD4 candidates: Political spending, birth control, forest health

 

Joanna Dodder Nellans

The Daily Courier

From left: Gosar, Gould, Mikel Wsisser (D) and Murphy

Candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 4th Congressional District verbally answered a series of questions posed by The Daily Courier newspaper. Some of their answers are paraphrased.

Three Republicans and two Democrats are seeking the job. The Republicans competing in the Aug. 28 primary are Lake Havasu City business owner Rick Murphy, Arizona Sen. Ron Gould of Lake Havasu City, and U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, who moved from Flagstaff to Prescott so he could continue to represent Yavapai County when the boundaries of his district changed this year with redistricting.

The Democrats are Golden Valley teacher Mikel Weisser and Johnnie Robinson of Florence. Robinson did not respond to numerous requests for an interview.

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Also:

Race for Ariz. 4th district seat largely GOP fight/AP

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