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Primary election likely for Flagstaff mayor’s race, no primary for council race

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By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun

Flagstaff voters may be voting for mayor twice this year after four candidates turned in enough signatures this week to be listed on the ballot.

If there are more than two mayoral candidates, the city holds a primary election in August, before voters will make the final decision during in the November election.

A pair of current Flagstaff City Councilmembers, Jamie Whelan and Charlie Odegaard, turned in enough petitions before the deadline on Monday, as did Paul Deasy, who narrowly lost his city council race in 2018.

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