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Flagstaff City Council Asking For Resident’s Help In Signing Petitions To Fill Ballot

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The City of Flagstaff is struggling to get their ballots filled for City Council candidates for this year’s election. All candidate signatures are due Monday, but currently only two candidates have a safe number of signatures to make it on the ballot. There will be four open seats for council in the upcoming election.  In order to get onto a ballot, a candidate must have a minimum of 1,602 signatures.  Candidate Lori Matthews has been officially cleared and placed on the ballot, while councilmember Austin Aslan says he has enough signatures and will be turning them in Friday. Other running candidates include Alexander Sheedy, Deborah Harris, Kevin Dobbe, Liv A’ndrea Knoki, Matt Eckhoff, Rose Wang Cisek, Sean Golliher, and Sydney Shevat. With signature petitions now available online, Flagstaff residents who are registered voters and have an I.D., or have a social security number and voter I.D. number can click here to sign their name to a candidate’s petition. Flagstaff voters are allowed to sign up to three candidates petitions for this upcoming election.  If there are more open seats than candidates, write-in candidates could jump into the election, or the city council can appoint people to fill the seat, or seats.