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Sandy Moriarty is no stranger to serving on the Sedona City Council. But this time, she’ll be moving a couple seats over.Sandra Moriarty

By a slim margin, it appears Moriarty will be Sedona’s next mayor after being a member of the city’s first appointed City Council in 1988 just after incorporation.

“I’m feeling very good,” she said. “It’s not a huge win but it’s a win. I know we won’t officially know until all the votes are canvassed next week but I feel good.”

As of press time, all but one precinct had reported results. However, there were still an unknown number of provisional ballots that had yet to be processed by Yavapai County officials. Based upon the numbers that had been reported, Moriarty garnered 1,312 votes with 905 of those coming from Sedona residents living in Yavapai County and another 407 from those in Coconino County.

Cliff Hamilton, a former councilman and vice mayor, earned 1,154 votes — 781 from Yavapai County and 373 in Coconino County. Because there were just two candidates for mayor, there is not a need for a runoff during the Tuesday, Nov. 4, general election.

To read the full story, see the Friday, Aug. 29, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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