Deasy Meet & Greet

Meet & Greet Reception for Paul Deasy for Flagstaff City Council

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City Council Town Hall Forum

All six Flagstaff City Council candidates will answer questions at a forum sponsored by KAFF News. The event is free, but space is limited, so plan to arrive early.

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F3 Candidate Forum and Local Initiatives

From the Friends of Flagstaff Future Press Release:  It’s an election year, which means that Friends of Flagstaff’s Future is excited to provide a Flagstaff City Council Candidate Forum.  We will be holding the Forum from 5:30 to 8:00 pm on August 30th at the Coconino Community College Lone Tree Campus (2800 S. Lone Tree Rd.). We will be […]

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Meet and Greet City Council Candidate Paul Deasy

Kathy and Scott Deasy write: We hope you can drop by our home to meet & chat with our son… Paul Deasy Candidate for Flagstaff City Council Sunday, April 22nd 1-2:30 p.m. 4840 East Mount Pleasant Dr. Flagstaff, AZ

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Campaign Kickoff for Alex Martinez and Paul Deasy

The 2018 election is revving up! Come and learn about Flagstaff City Council candidates Paul Deasy and Dr. Alex Martinez and their vision for Flagstaff. If you like what you hear, please consider donating to the effort! (Kid Friendly) Event sponsored by the candidates’ campaigns, not the Democratic Party.

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Region 9 House Party for Democratic City Council Candidates

Region 9 is having a House Party for Democratic City Council Candidates on April 5th! If you haven’t met the candidates yet, please come and meet them to learn their positions. Democrats running for three city council seats are Austin Aslan, Paul Deasy, Alex Martinez, and Adam Shimoni. If you feel inspired – help them […]

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Flagstaff Indivisible

Please come meet three of our Flagstaff City Council candidates, Paul Deasy, Alex Martinez, Austin Aslan

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CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL WORK SESSION WITH STATE LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION

This is a special meeting of the Flagstaff City Council, the purpose of which is to review the City of Flagstaff’s 2017 Legislative Priorities with Flagstaff’s State Delegation, according to the official Notice of Meeting as posted on the City website.  On January 17, 2017, the City Council adopted its 2017 Intergovernmental Priorities. As part of its […]

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How the Sausage Gets Made, by Coral Evans

Hello all! I thought you might like a glimpse as to how things work here in Flagstaff local politics. I’ll be occasionally posting updates from the campaigns that give an inside look into running for office. Recently Coral Evans announced her Mayoral run. We decided to do this with a rally at City Hall as […]

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Coral Evans to Run for Mayor of Flagstaff

Councilmember Coral Evans Announces her Run for Flagstaff Mayor   Flagstaff — Councilmember Coral Evans announced her intention to run for Mayor of Flagstaff in 2016 from the steps of City Hall on Tuesday, January 26th, at 4 p.m.. She was elected to her second four-year term in May 2012 and served as Vice Mayor […]

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