Registered Prescott voters who have yet to vote in the Nov. 2 general election now have one day to submit their ballots.
Senate President Karen Fann, who spearheaded the unprecedented and controversial audit of the 2020 election returns, is getting out of politics. But just not quite yet.
It’s still a work in progress. But an organization that studies the fairness of political redistricting plans nationwide likes some of what it sees developing in Arizona.
The Town of Prescott Valley has announced the availability of candidate packets for the 2022 election cycle.
Even though the Prescott City Council race will no longer be contested, city ballots will still go out in the mail as planned in October, with one candidate listed.
The major political parties in Arizona have continued to lose voters since the November election, with strident partisanship “turning off” voters and driving them to register as independents, analysts said.
In what both sides termed a decisive change in course for the city, current Prescott City Councilman Phil Goode unseated four-year Mayor Greg Mengarelli in the Tuesday, Aug. 3 Primary Election.
Unofficial results from the Dewey-Humboldt Town Council recall election on Tuesday night, Aug. 3, showed that the incumbents appeared to have held off their respective challengers.
The unofficial results are in: Councilman Phil Goode has unseated Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli in the city's primary election, Tuesday, Aug. 3.
For Prescott voters still waiting to vote in the coming City Council primary, Tuesday, July 27, is the last day to mail in ballots in order for them to arrive in time for the Aug. 3 count.
One year ago, a one-time Prescott middle school math and science teacher won a four-year seat on the five-member Prescott Unified District Governing Board.
With two weeks remaining before the Aug. 3 primary, about 11% of Prescott voters had cast ballots in the City Council primary this week.
More than a quarter-million dollars has been raised by candidates so far in the 2021 Prescott election season, and about $182,000 of the total had been spent by the end of June.
The outside contractors conducting the audit of the 2020 election told GOP lawmakers Thursday, July 15, they have identified a series of inconsistencies between information that Maricopa County reported and what they have found.
Mayor and candidates share their views on paying down Public Safety Personnel Retirement System debt.
Candidates for Prescott mayor and City Council share their views on how federal COVID-rleated relief should be spent.
Candidates for mayor and city council in Prescott share their views on the Big Chino Water Ranch and a pipeline.
Prescott mayoral and council candidates answer the questions: What is your opinion of the city’s recent water-policy changes? Would you push for other changes as a council member?
Prescott mayoral and council candidates answer the question: What are your views on growth in Prescott?
Arizona is going to get to keep its laws against “ballot harvesting” and counting votes cast only within the proper precinct.
What is your opinion of the AED annexation? Would you vote for the current proposal for 475 acres of preserved open space in the Granite Dells?
With the primary set for Aug. 3, and the general election scheduled for Nov. 2, the following is bio information for the City of Prescott’s 2021 election for mayoral and council candidates.
From growth to traffic congestion to the council-appointment process, questions posed to the candidates for Prescott mayor and city council this week covered the gamut.
With the Prescott City Council primary approaching on Aug. 3, the public-forum season for the candidates is now underway.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Thursday he's running for U.S. Senate, becoming the third major candidate seeking the Republican nomination to take on Democrat Mark Kelly.