LAKE HAVASU CITY – Only time will tell if the dispute between President Donald Trump and former White House strategist Steve Bannon will affect Kelli Ward in the 2018 race to replace Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake. The Lake Havasu City candidate seemed to be distancing herself from Bannon on Wednesday afternoon. Ward’s press secretary, Zachery Henry, released a statement on Twitter Wednesday emphasizing her objective to help advance Trump’s agenda.
KINGMAN – Will she or won't she? With more than four months left until potential Mohave County Board of Supervisor candidates vying for the District 5 seat can begin filing for the 2018 election, its current seatholder says she has no plans to run. Lois Wakimoto added that, since being appointed to the position in September, Mohave County has been faced with “a huge water issue” and that she wants to “see it through,” she said.
LAKE HAVASU CITY – Now that the Alabama Senate race is in the rear-view mirror, focus is shifting on other upcoming races – particularly the 2018 race to replace Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake. Havasu Republicans said Tuesday’s results shouldn’t affect Kelli Ward’s chances as she attempts to win the Senate seat. Ward, like Alabama’s Roy Moore, is being backed by former White House strategist Steve Bannon – along with a number of other high-profile Republicans.
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Selecting a term
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