‘Hit piece’ flyer overshadows Prescott candidate forum

Mary Beth Hrin

By Cindy Barks | The Daily Courier

For two hours Thursday evening, July 28, eight of the nine Prescott Mayor and City Council candidates responded to questions on hot-button issues such as Proposition 443, airport expansion, and job creation.

All of that was overshadowed in the final moments of the candidate forum, however, when mayoral candidate Mary Beth Hrin broached a flyer that had been mailed to voters, which Hrin said represented a “hit piece” against her.

After ripping up a sheet of paper that she said contained her intended closing argument, Hrin rose from the candidates’ table and stood at the front of the stage at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center and said, “I can’t talk about that – because of this.”

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