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2012 Election Results are now canvassed and final.

LaPaz County District One representing 9913 citizens with a term through December 2014.  Randy Hartless (not up for re-election)

LaPaz County District Two representing 10,576 La Paz County citizens with term running through December 2018.
James Brouillette - 772 votes - 40.95%
Melissa Wright - 1105 votes - 58.62%

Yuma District 3 representing 65,294 Yuma county citizens.  Dennis Booth ran unopposed. His term runs through December 2014

Yuma District 4 representing 65,084 citizens with a term through December 2018
Doug Mellon 2751 votes 31.96%
Fernando Quiroz 2045 votes for 23.76%
Olivia Zepeda 3779 votes for 43.91%

Yuma District 5 representing with 65,373 citizens with term through December 2018.
Maria Chavoya 50 votes
Edward Snook 5 votes

New board members assume their duties in January 2013.

The Arizona Western College 10,000 square mile district including La Paz and Yuma counties was re-aligned following the 2010 census.

La Paz District One with a population of 9913 includes Parker, Poston, Bouse, Cibola and Ehrenberg.

La Paz District Two with a population of 10,576 includes Upriver, Wenden, Salome, Quartzsite, Vicksburg and Alamo.

Yuma District 3 has a population of 65,294 and runs east to Wellton, north to the county line, south to the county line and west to a jagged border of South Avenue 5 E and includes the Foothills area. District 3 is 18.1% Hispanic; 76.8% non Hispanic White. (other 5.1%)

Yuma District 4 with a population of 65,084 includes west Yuma County, Somerton, San Luis and South county. The population in this district is 57.9% Hispanic and 36.5% White Non Hispanic.  (5.6% other)

Yuma District 5 has a population of 65,373 and includes the city of Yuma where the demographics are 46.6% Hispanic and 46.1% non-Hispanic White (other 7.3%)

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