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Tucson's three Democratic incumbent City Council members surged to commanding leads in election returns Wednesday morning, though margins narrowed from the previous night's results. Regina Romero and Paul Cunningham each had nearly 57 percent of the votes in their respective races, and Shirley Scott had 55 percent. Democratic Mayor Jonathan Rothschild was unopposed on the ballot and had 93 percent of the vote, with write-in candidates getting 6. 6 percent. "It's not over," said Republican Kelly Lawton, who challenged Cunningham. Tucson Democratic candidates cautiously looked forward to another term before the final votes were counted. “The residents of Tucson actually saw beyond the mudslinging, the half truths and untruths, and saw the tangible results that we’ve worked so hard for," Romero said. In Ward 1 , Republican Bill Hunt, a political newcomer, challenged Romero, who was seeking her third term. In a Metro Week interview , Hunt and Romero agreed the city needs to retain a focus on downtown development. Ward 2 incumbent Cunningham was appointed to a partial first term, won a full second term, and was on his way to re-election for a third term against Republican challenger Lawton. In Ward 4 , Vail School District board member Margaret Burkholder challenged Scott, a Democrat seeking her fifth term. Scott said she was proud of the progress she made to get bus service to the southeast side of town, and Burkholder said the city needs to ensure its priorities match the residents' priorities. AZPM encourages comments, but comments that contain profanity, unrelated information, threats, libel, defamatory statements, obscenities, pornography or that violate the law are not allowed. Comments in violation of this policy will be removed. Continued posting of comments that violate this policy will result in the commenter being banned from the site. By submitting your comments, you hereby give AZPM the right to post your comments and potentially use them in any other form of media operated by this institution. Source: www.azpm.org
In Ward 4, Vail School District board member Margaret Burkholder challenged Scott, a Democrat seeking her fifth term. Scott said she was proud of the progress she made to get bus service to the southeast side of town, and Burkholder said the city needs
Paul Cunningham, Ward 2 Tucson City Council member, right, addresses the crowd as Shirley Scott, Ward 4 Tucson City Council member, looks on during the Democratic Election night party at Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, 355 S. Alvernon Way. With most
Burkholder lost to Shirley Scott, Ward 4 Tucson City Council incumbent, 30,154 to 37,406. 11/05/15, @mcKinziefrisbie
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Bill Hunt hopes to unseat Romero, Kelly Lawton is challenging Cunningham, and Margaret Burkholder is running against Scott. In terms of early ballot numbers, Democratic numbers are higher. But Beard says even "hardcore" Democrats have expressed ...
In Ward 4, Scott (D), who has been on the council since 1995, defeated Margaret Burkholder (R) 35,032 votes (55.11 percent) to 28,356 votes (44.6 percent). Rothschild ran unopposed and grabbed 49,555 votes (93.39 percent). 3,506 votes were cast as write-in.
On the Vail board, Burkholder had a reputation for asking staff tough questions. This trait, in particular, is one that sets her apart from the Democratic incumbent, Shirley Scott. Scott has served on the City Council for 20 years and is without question ...
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