The 2006 Payson Town Council election promises to be one of the most important in the town's history.
At a time when issues of water and growth have come to the fore, the leaders we elect will play a major role in determining the course our town will follow -- in the immediate future and perhaps for many years to come.
Below, the Payson Roundup news team has included personal interviews with each candidate to help you make an informed vote.
We believe the candidates' stands on these issues need to be clear and concise so voters can make reasoned, intelligent choices. We have encouraged them to do so in this election guide.
To make it easy to compare positions, we asked each candidate during the primary election to provide approximately 125 words on five key issues, as well as a final category we call "Open." It is an opportunity for each candidate to address any other issue or subject.
See March 14 primary election results story