Watson retains her seat

All other candidates for Council, except Marino, will move on to General Election

JC AMBERLYN/Miner<br/>Mayor John Salem, right, discusses the results of the Primary Election Tuesday night at the County Administration Building. <br/><a href="http://kingmandailyminer.com/Formlayout.asp?formcall=userform&form=20">Click here to purchase this photo</a>

JC AMBERLYN/Miner<br/>Mayor John Salem, right, discusses the results of the Primary Election Tuesday night at the County Administration Building. <br/><a href="http://kingmandailyminer.com/Formlayout.asp?formcall=userform&form=20">Click here to purchase this photo</a>

KINGMAN - Janet Watson will serve a second term on the Kingman City Council. Watson was the sole contender in Tuesday's Primary Election to break the halfway mark, earning her seat outright.

The vote was dispersed among the remaining five candidates, with newcomers Allen Mossberg, Dick Anderson and Erin Cochran edging ahead of incumbent Councilman Ray Lyons. All four candidates will proceed to the General Election in May.

Write-in candidate Jason Marino came in last among the candidates and will not proceed to the May ballot.

Mayor John Salem, who ran unopposed and will resume his office for a second term, read the preliminary results before a small audience at the County Administration Building Tuesday evening.