Arizona Supreme Court: Tucson Can Continue To Hold City Elections In Odd-Numbered Years
The Arizona Supreme Court said April 14 that Tucson can continue to hold its elections in odd-numbered years, despite a state law requiring cities to hold their elections in conjunction with federal, state and legislative elections in even-numbered years.
The Show spoke with Jim Nintzel, executive editor of Tucson Weekly, to break down the roots of this fight and to explain what it means going forward.
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