Following are the unofficial results, with county elections officials reporting – as of about 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5.
In a Tuesday, Nov. 5, staff meeting, Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher announced he plans to retire after his term ends in Dec. 2020, according to a news release from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO).
Just a few days now remain for voters to cast their ballots in the Prescott city election Nov. 5.
In next week’s election, Tuesday, Nov. 5, the voters of Dewey-Humboldt will decide whether or not to allow the town to enter into a 25-year franchise agreement with Arizona Public Service (APS).
The two candidates facing off in the City of Prescott’s Nov. 5 runoff share a number of similarities. Both Jim Lamerson and Steve Sischka are longtime business owners in Prescott; both are in their late 60s/early 70s; and both have lived in Prescott for about four decades.
At 52.38%, voter turnout for Prescott’s 2019 primary was down slightly from the two previous city primaries.
Outdistancing her nearest competitor by more than 3,000 votes, City Council challenger Cathey Rusing termed her win on Tuesday a “mandate” from the voters.
Following are the unofficial results, with county elections officials reporting – as of about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27 - voters returned 15,622 ballots...
With less than a week to go before the Prescott city primary, the five candidates seeking seats on the City Council have raised a total of $86,957 toward their individual campaigns.
With just more than a week to go in Prescott’s mail-in primary, voters are casting their ballots in numbers that exceed the response two years ago.
Prescott voters who would like to have an early ballot mailed to them now have less than two days to make the request.
About 16% of Prescott voters opted to cast their ballots during the first week of voting for the Prescott City Council and Mayor positions.
By the last week of August, downtown pedestrians could be in for a “scramble” at the corner of Gurley and Montezuma streets.
Leading up to the Sept. 27 primary, the five candidates seeking office on the Prescott Council have raised more than $50,000.
For two decades or more, the preservation of Prescott’s scenic, open land has been a hot-button issue in City Council elections.
More than 30,000 ballots will begin making their way to Prescott voters today, as the Yavapai County Recorder’s office launches the City Council mail-in primary for the city.
While Prescott officials say proposed changes in the way the city tracks and manages its water portfolio would more accurately reflect reality, a City Council challenger sees them as “pro-growth.”
A full decade and a half has gone by since the conception of the Big Chino Water Ranch, and Prescott officials are now questioning whether the water pipeline is necessary at all.
Work has been underway for weeks at the site of the Hilton Garden Inn – downtown Prescott’s first major new hotel in years.
For more than a year, the proposal by developers Arizona Eco Development (AED) to build hundreds of homes in the Granite Dells has generated controversy in the community.
For the first time in years, Prescott’s pension shortfall is on a downward trend — thanks largely to revenue from a voter-approved sales tax increase.
Candidate Steve Sischka is among the incumbents seeking a new four-year term on the Prescott City Council in this year’s primary.