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Final campaign tally in 2017 city election: $308,319

Amount more than triples any previous Prescott election

With all of the campaign money from Prescott’s 2017 election season now recorded, the total collected for the August primary and November general election tops $300,000 — significantly exceeding any previous city election.

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City Council order changes in ‘unofficial final’ vote count

Scholl is new top vote-getter in council race; Mengarelli is winner in mayor’s race

With the “unofficial final” election results that were posted late Wednesday, Nov. 8, the Prescott City Council race has a new top vote-getter.

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Prescott General Election results - Nov. 7, 2017

Unofficial results as of 7:43 p.m.

The City of Prescott General Election results, unofficial, as of 7:43 p.m.

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3 days remain to vote in city election

45 percent of voters have already cast ballots

Nearly half of Prescott voters have already cast their ballots, and the rest have three days remaining to vote in the Nov. 7 general election.

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New election, same names

‘Unofficial final’ results released; same six council candidates advance

Nothing changed this week in the status of Prescott’s pending runoff election, despite the addition of nearly 800 ballots that had yet to be counted on primary night.

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Voters to decide Home Rule Option in primary

Proposition 442 is ‘equally important’ as Proposition 443

The City of Prescott’s bid to extend its Home Rule Option for another four years (Proposition 442) may not have generated as much voter interest as Proposition 443, but officials say it is also critical to the city’s future.

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Column: Take privilege of voting seriously

I have always looked upon voting as a privilege. I feel connected to the process — good or bad — after I give my choices.

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Candidate Q&A: Is privatization of city services a good option?

Are there any enterprise funds the city should no longer be operating (airport, golf course, garbage collection)?