The recently held Primary Election in Oro Valley to determine three town council seats resulted in one incumbent retaining his seat, while two new members were elected. For the first time in history each of the elected candidates received more than 50% of the vote, resulting in no General Election being necessary. Joining incumbent Bill Garner who was re-elected are newcomers Mike Zinkin & Brandon Burns. Failing to claim a seat on the council were Fred Narcaroti, Mark Napier, and previously appointed councilmember Steve Solomon. The new councilmen will take office on June 6th of this year. Among the key issues of this election were fiscal responsibility and specifically a debate as to whether a study examining the police department, the largest single general fund expenditure annually, was warranted & itself fiscally a good idea.