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Sedona woman runs for state seat
Written by Jeff Wood   
Monday, 04 June 2012 00:00

Sedona resident Angela LeFevre has thrown her hat in the ring for Arizona House of Representatives’ Legislative District 6.

Sedona resident Angela Lefevre, right, announces her candidacy for an Arizona House of Representatives Legislative District 6 seat on the steps of the Cottonwood Civic Center on May 22. LeFevre, a Democrat, is currently one of three candidates vying for the two District 6 six seats. LeFevre said she is running on a platform of government accountability, environmental stewardship, health care and improving public education. “Without good public education we don’t have a future as a state or a country,” LeFevre said.There are 30 legislative districts in Arizona under the state’s new district map. Redistricting efforts recently revamped the legislative maps to conform with population changes throughout the state. A current legislative districting map can be found online at the Independent Redistricting Commission website.

“Most of the districts are in and around Maricopa County,” LeFevre said. “Up here, there are a couple of really large districts.”

Legislative District 6 begins at Mingus Mountain, traveling east to Holbrook and north to Tusayan near the Grand Canyon.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, May 30, edition of The Camp Verde Journal or the Cottonwood Journal Extra.

 

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