Cheryl Chase, a political ally of Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, grabbed the most votes in the District 2 race for Board of Supervisors. Republican voters chose Chase in the five-way race for that seat, giving her almost 46 percent of the vote, with her next closest competitor, John Acton, getti ... More >>
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