October 2, 2012
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It is amazing that a journalist of your stature would make such outlandish remarks (Fussy flap about stats in supervisor race, Oct. 30) about my candidacy for such an important office without ever speaking to me directly.
Supervisor candidate’s signs end up in dumpster behind Republican Party headquarters
When Gila County supervisor candidate Hallie Overman-Jackman’s campaign sign went missing from in front of a local real estate office.
‘I’m going to win’ District One supervisor developer and activist insists
Hallie Overman-Jackman is on the record: “I’m going to win because people want a change, they want transparency.”
Three of the eight candidates seeking election to the Gila County Board of Supervisors will be on the sidelines until after the primary. Their races will be decided in November.
Martin focuses on experience, challenger on money questions
Incumbent Republican District One Gila County Supervisor Tommie Martin wants to keep her job, but now faces a general election challenge from Independent Hallie Overman-Jackman. No other Republicans, Democrats or Independents have filed, which means voters won’t get to make a choice until Nov. 6. The Roundup recently asked both candidates to fill out a questionnaire indicating their top issues and goals.