By Terrance Thornton | Daily Independent
Local voters will see a ballot of five candidates who have emerged in pursuit of becoming the next figurehead of the City of Scottsdale as the mayor’s race heats up in The West’s Most Western Town.
Scottsdale hosts a primary election Tuesday, Aug. 4 meanwhile a general election could be held if needed, which would be Tuesday, Nov. 3. To be elected at the primary election, a candidate must receive a majority of all of the legal votes cast.
The field of mayoral candidates include two current incumbents but none are strangers to the political limelight. They are:
- Incumbents Suzanne Klapp and Virginia Korte.
- Challengers: Lisa Borowsky, Bob Littlefield and David Ortega.