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Mike Hellon, Republican
The Pima County Deputy Sheriff's Association has endorsed Mike Hellon for the Pima County Board of Supervisors seat for District 1.
U.S. Senator and former Republican nominee for President John McCain announced today his endorsement of Mike Hellon to replace retiring Supervisor Ann Day in District 1 of the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
Name: Mike Hellon
Senator Jon Kyl, the Assistant Minority Leader in the United States Senate, has endorsed Mike Hellon for Supervisor in Pima County District 1.
While Ally Miller won the Republican nomination for the Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1 race Tuesday night, allegations are now surfacing over her finance reports filed before the Aug. 28 primary.
Ally Milller held on TUesday night to beat Mike Hellon in the Republican race for Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1.
Republicans Vic Williams, left, Stuart McDaniel, Ally Miller and Mike Hellon debate the issues last week. The four are looking for the party nomination in Pima County’s District 1 race.
Governor Jan Brewer today appointed Toni Hellon to serve as the Clerk of the Superior Court for Pima County.
Clerk of the Superior Court and several justice of the peace and constable seats are up for election this year in Pima County, with most of the candidates running unopposed.
State Rep. Vic Williams reported the most cash on hand compared to the other three Republicans running for the Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1 seat.
Five candidates are competing to become the supervisor for District 1 in Pima County after current supervisor Ann Day steps down later this year.
Pima County needs a lot of work. That was the consensus of the four Republican candidates running for Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1, when they met at the Sun City Social Hall on April 17.
While it's clear that Republican Jeff Flake will move on to face Democrat Richard Carmona, the race for Pima County Board of Supervisor, District 1 is still close with Republican Ally Miller currently leading her primary opponents.
With the Primary Election over, many races will start gaining more attention as candidates focus on the Nov. 6 General Election where more than just the U.S. President will be decided.
We are just a couple weeks away from seeing which primary election candidates will move on to the General Election, and which ones will be finished. Early in the primary season, The Explorer said we would not be endorsing candidates, but with that stressed we would point out good points and faults in candidates who are running. We will stick to that. We will not say who you should vote for, but we are going to stick to the promise to make a few observations.
The four Republican candidates for the Pima County Board of Supervisors in District 1 gathered for a debate at the Oro Valley Public Library last week.
There are some important decisions facing voters come the Nov. 6 General Election, and one big race earning a lot of attention in the Northwest is between Democrat Nancy Young Wright, and Republican candidate Ally Miller who are seeking to replace Ann Day in District 1 of the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
On Tuesday, Arizona voters will be voting on the primary candidates they want to see move on to the General Election, and based on early numbers, many residents have already spoken.
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Republican Ally Miller is a newcomer to the political arena, but her name is quickly becoming known around Tucson, evident in her defeat of State Rep. Vic Williams, Mike Hellon, and Stuart McDaniel in the Republican primary election for Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 1.
Though results are still considered unofficial by the Pima County Elections Department, there are some clear victors in the Aug. 28 primary election. The primary winners now move on to the Nov. 6 General Election.
The GOP gets tons of advice, mostly bad and from non-Republicans. Here’s what’s really happening.
Over the last few weeks there has been a lot of talk about endorsements for candidates aiming to take office after the Nov. 6 General Election.