Gay candidates defeated in Phoenix City Council election

Gullickson, Glenn
September 2013
Echo Magazine;9/12/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 26, p19
The article discusses the results of the Phoenix City Council election in Arizona on August 27, 2013. It mentions the defeat of gay candidates Lawrence Robinson, Austin Head, and Jeffrey Brown. It notes the competition of Kate Gallego and Warren Stewart for the right to succeed Councilman Michael Johnson. It also emphasizes that small business owner Justin Johnson and educator Laura Pastor have made it to advance to the District 4 runoff.


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