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Mayoral And Council Election Results Are In

Election Results, Phoenix 2011
by in Business News | Politics

The City of Phoenix election results are in for the mayoral and council election. The results were announced last night, August 30, at 8 p.m., with votes submitted from nearly 650,000 registered voters — 646,995, to be exact — with a little more than two percent of the votes from voting centers, and a little… Read More →

Phoenix Election Social Media Wars: Wright & Brennan

Election Social Media: Wright & Brennan
by in Politics

Election Social Media Wars: Wright & Brennan Social media has become an important and effective marketing tool, with businesses creating Facebook pages and Twitter accounts for their customers, sharing deals and special offers. And it’s no less important in a race for mayor, especially for the Phoenix election mayoral candidates. We visited all of the… Read More →

Phoenix Election Social Media Wars: Gullett And Neely

Phoenix Election Social Media: Wes Gullett & Peggy Neely
by in Politics

Election Social Media Wars: Gullett & Neely Social media has become an important and effective marketing tool, with businesses creating Facebook pages and Twitter accounts for their customers, sharing deals and special offers. And it’s no less important in a race for mayor, especially for the Phoenix election mayoral candidates. We visited all of the… Read More →

Phoenix Mayoral Candidates Debate Commercial Real Estate Issues

Phoenix Mayoral Debate, Real Estate
by in Economy | Politics

Filling existing vacant commercial buildings, impact fees and economic development incentives were some of the issues discussed by the six City of Phoenix mayoral candidates Friday at Valley Partnership’s monthly breakfast meeting. Anna Brennan, Wes Gullett, Claude Mattox, Peggy Neely, Greg Stanton and Jennifer Wright answered questions and made their pitch why they should be… Read More →

Claude Mattox Says Newest Addition to City Council Highlights Greater Issue

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by in Events | Politics

The Now Senior Phoenix Council Member Welcomes a New Addition to the Team but Knows it Comes at a Cost Phoenix City Councilman Claude Mattox, today welcomed Bryan Jeffries to the council, expressing hope that the appointment will end the revolving door in City Hall and its adverse  impact on city government. “Public offices should… Read More →