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11/19/2012 12:41:00 PM
Prescott Valley candidate to run for council seat instead of mayor's post
Prescott Valley Tribune

Mayor Harvey Skoog might face less competition if he runs for re-election next March.

A potential challenger, Stephen Marshall, opted instead to seek one of the two four-year seats, according to the Town Clerk's office.

That would place Marshall as a challenger to council appointees Don Tjiema and Michael Whiting, who plan to run March 12 to hold onto their seats for four years. Marty Grossman and Matthew Zurcher have expressed interest in seeking the one two-year seat on the council.

Potential challenges to Skoog are coming from Louie Lizza and Lisa Imburgia, who ran unsuccessfully against Skoog when he sought re-election in 2009.

All the potential candidates except Imburgia have returned the paperwork that enables them to begin gathering signatures to qualify for the ballot, according to the Town Clerk's office. Skoog is the only potential candidate so far who has filed a statement of organization while the others have filed campaign threshold statements.

Candidates who file threshold statements indicate that they do not plan on raising and spending more than $500. Candidates who file statements of organization plan to raise and spend more money.

The council will have at least one new member because Patty Lasker said she will not seek re-election.

Prospective candidates must submit petitions with at least 284 signatures from registered voters who are Prescott Valley residents by the Dec. 12 deadline.

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