TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The Pima County Board of Supervisors has appointed real estate investor and U.S. Army Reserve officer Morgan Abraham and attorney and law professor Christopher Mathis to Tucson-area Arizona House seats to fill vacancies.
Mathis was appointed Tuesday to a District 9 seat to replace fellow Democrat Randy Friese, who resigned last month. Abraham, also a Democrat, was appointed to replace Stephanie Stahl-Hamilton as one of two representatives for District 10. Stahl Hamilton stepped down when appointed to fill a Senate vacancy.
Party activists had nominated three people for appointment by the county supervisors to fill each vacancy.
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