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Election held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018
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Election Volunteer Coordinators for Arizona
Kingman
Vince Pillig
Vince Pillig
Kingman
928-692-3837
Mesa
Jacqueline Janes and Robert Messenger Jr.
Jacqueline Janes and Robert Messenger Jr.
Mesa
480-359-5382
Tucson
Judi White
Judi White
Tucson
520-319-1907
Ash Fork
Jim Matson
Jim Matson
Ash Fork
928-458-0858
Sun City
John H. Pavkovich II
John H. Pavkovich II
Sun City
623-341-9477
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