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Phone survey inquires about local politicians, minimum wage

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By Ethen Lieser | Feb 12, 2020

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Questions regarding the local minimum wage, as well as several local political candidates, seem to be part of a new phone survey on Flagstaff residents.

It is not immediately clear who is fully behind this particular survey. According to individuals who have received such calls, the survey asks what have been described as “leading questions” related to minimum wage.

According to the Arizona Daily Sun, Flagstaff residents Derek Born and Sandra Lubarsky said they have received such calls. They both said the survey ended with a question that asked whether they would stand behind the dismantling of the city’s minimum wage law in 2020.

“I was kind of surprised because it’s been rare that I’ve gotten a local poll,” Born told the Arizona Daily Sun. “You know you get the state and national stuff but it’s not a ton of local polling usually.”

Lubarsky added that the call also inquired about city council members and the mayor, who are running for election this year.

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