The vendor for the Elections Department has mailed sample ballots to the households of voters who are not on the Active Early Voter List in advance of the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary Election, Yavapai County Elections Director Laurin Custis said.
With months of state-mandated requirements still ahead of it, a recall election of Prescott Mayor Phil Goode — if petitions are successful — appears likely to land on the general election in November 2024.
The complexion of the school district governing boards across the tri-city area – Prescott, Humboldt and Chino Valley Unified — may change dramatically after the election this fall.
Yavapai County has released voter information for the upcoming elections this year.
David McNabb is running for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors District 1 seat that Harry Oberg is retiring from.
James Gregory has been a resident of Yavapai County, District 2, for over 40 years. His entire career has been spent in service to his community and country. He is running for re-election to the Board of Supervisors.
Brenda Dickinson has announced she is seeking re-election to the Prescott Valley Town Council.
Brooks Compton has announced his candidacy for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, District 1.
My name is Steve King and I am a Republican candidate for the Yavapai County School Superintendent.
My name is Kara Woods, and I am running for Yavapai County School Superintendent.
Douglas Eckenrod of Prescott recently announced his candidacy for Yavapai County sheriff. Eckenrod retired in 2021 as the deputy director of the California Department of Corrections Rehabilitation (CDCR) Division of Adult Parole Operations.
With several days remaining to cast a ballot in the City of Prescott’s general election, less than one-third of registered voters had voted.
Greg Mengarelli, former mayor of the City of Prescott and president and board member of Prescott Unified School District, has announced his campaign for Yavapai County supervisor, District 1.
For nearly two and a half decades, the Prescott mayor and City Council have been paid the same monthly stipend for service on the council — an amount that is at or lower than the pay for councils in surrounding communities.