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Scottsdale’s City Council candidates in runoff election talk housing, short-term rentals, abortion

Barry Graham and Pamela Carter || submitted photos

By Sam Kmack || The Arizona Republic

Early voting for Scottsdale’s City Council runoff election will begin Oct. 12, when residents will decide between two political newcomers — Barry Graham or Pamela Carter — who are vying for the seat of termed-out Councilmember Linda Milhaven.

The winner will help make key decisions on city policies ranging from short-term rental regulation to housing affordability. 

Scottsdale voters must be registered to vote by Oct. 11 to participate in the Nov. 8 election. Residents can register or check their status at the Maricopa County Election Department’s website.  

In-person voting will be available at Florence Ely Nelson Desert Park and Indian Bend Wash Visitor Center beginning Oct. 12. Other voting locations and hours are available on the county’s web page.

In August’s primary election, Graham and Carter received the third and fourth highest number of votes, respectively. They beat out three other contenders to advance to November’s contest. 

Incumbents Kathy Littlefield and Solange Whitehead were the top vote-getters in August. They received enough votes to win outright and avoid a runoff.

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