11/29/2012 8:50:00 AM Three more seek office in Prescott Valley
Prescott Valley Tribune
The potential candidate pool for the Town Council grew Monday and Tuesday with three more men seeking public office.
Kevin Moran and Craig Arps submitted campaign threshold statements for the mayoral and two-year council seat, respectively, on Monday, according to the Town Clerk's office.
On Tuesday, Douglas Bebb submitted a threshold statement to seek the two year-seat.
By filing the statements, Moran, Arps and Bebb indicated that they do not plan on raising and spending more than $500, according to the Town Clerk's office. Moran, Arps, Bebb and other prospective candidates must submit petitions by 5 p.m. Dec. 12 bearing signatures from at least 284 registered voters who live in Prescott Valley for their names to qualify for the primary ballot next March 12.
Moran seeks to enter a field of candidates that so far includes incumbent Mayor Harvey Skoog , Louie Lizza and Lisa Imburgia. Arps and Bebb might enter a field that so far includes Marty Grossman and Matt Zurcher.
Council appointees Don Tjiema and Michael Whiting face a possible challenge so far from Stephen Marshall for a four-year council seat.