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By the time she went to bed on election day, Angela LeFevre had no idea whether or not she’d be one of Sedona’s next councilmembers. But that all changed the next morning.Angela LeFevre

“I was exhausted so I went to sleep not knowing but I accepted that,” she said. “I’m just thrilled. John "J.T." Thompson The biggest thing is that I won’t have to go into November, which is something I was really concerned about. That would make for such a long campaign, which would be tough.

“I’ve had a lot of friends who have really helped a lot during this campaign and I appreciate everything they did.”

As of press time, LeFevre had garnered the most votes for council following the Tuesday, Aug. 26, primary election. She received 1,034 votes in Yavapai County and another 505 in Coconino County for a total of 1,539. Jon Thompson was second with 1,280 total votes — 899 from Yavapai and 381 from Coconino. They were two of eight candidates looking to fill three vacant seats on the council.

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


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