Campaigns Go To Bitter End

Candidates for Ketchum City Council convene in front of the Ketchum Post Office Monday afternoon to try to sway citizens considering whether to vote “yes” or “no” on a proposed change to the city’s form of government. Current council members Larry Helzel, left, Curtis Kemp, center-right, and Baird Gourlay, right, were all campaigning in favor of a “no” vote that would preserve the city’s existing “strong mayor” form of government. Challenger Mickey Garcia, center-left, was campaigning in favor of a change to a “council-manager” form of government that would shift administrative powers from the elected mayor to an appointed city manager.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

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