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The primary election is now behind us. Although some votes remain to be counted, Sandy Moriarty, Angela LeFevre and Jon “J.T.” Thompson will join Sedona City Council. Candidates Scott Jablow and Rio Robson will face a runoff for the third seat.…

Voters should elect Sandy Moriarty as mayor of Sedona

We encourage voters to cast their ballots for Sandra “Sandy” Moriarty for mayor of Sedona.

Moriarty has lived in Sedona for 42 years. She has seen our city grow from an unincorporated community into a fully functioning city. She knows how we have grown and where we are headed as a city.…

First Amendment  protects Americans’  right to tape police

Freedom of speech is the bedrock of our republic, protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Americans are protected from government censorship and courts have ruled that constitutional right extends to videotaping police officers on duty in public spaces.…

Keep the Sedona we love and vote ‘yes’ on Home Rule

We encourage all Sedona voters to vote “yes” on the Alternative Expenditure Limitation, aka Home Rule.

In 1980, voters approved a law that limited what towns and cities could spend.…

Few young voters could have attended candidate arts forum

How can candidates learn what a quarter of their constituents want from them if those voters can’t meet them?

Last Wednesday’s front page story featured the Sedona City Council candidate forum focusing on the arts in Sedona. As a spoken word artist, I wanted to attend this meeting, but as one with a full-time job, I had to arrive late to the meeting, which was held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in West Sedona…

Attack ads reduce voter turnout and trust in lawmakers

The Behavior Research Center, a nonpartisan polling agency, released its Rocky Mountain Poll on Tuesday, July 29, detailing results from questions asked to voters all over the Southwest.

A month out from the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 26, a vast majority of potential voters remain undecided about Arizona candidates, especially for governor.…

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