/ Modified jun 7, 2019 3:33 p.m.

Primary ballot set in Tucson mayoral race

A discussion about the candidates with the Tucson Sentinel's Dylan Smith.

The ballot is set in Tucson's primary election on Aug. 27. Much of the focus is on the mayoral race, with three Democrats looking to represent the party in the general election this November. Qualifying candidates include Tucson City Councilwoman Regina Romero, former Arizona legislator Steve Farley and developer Randi Dorman. One of them will face Ed Ackerley, who qualified for the general election as an independent. Tucson Sentinel editor Dylan Smith discussed the field of candidates with Lorraine Rivera.

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