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Mayor candidates, top from left: Mary Beth Hrin, Greg Mengarelli, and Jean Wilcox. Council candidates, middle row from left: Steve Blair, Connie Cantelme, and Phil Goode. Council candidates, bottom row from left: Greg Lazzell, Alexa Scholl, and Joe Viccica.

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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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Prescott primary election season wraps up this week

Turnout already 43%; voters’ ballots are due Tuesday

About 43 percent of Prescott voters have already cast their ballots, and remaining voters now have about three days until the deadline.

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Prop. 443 contributions pump up Prescott’s 2017 election campaign

Campaign money on the rise

If campaign signs and flyers seem a bit more intense this year than usual, the amount of money going into the 2017 Prescott City Council election campaign is likely the reason.

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Candidate Q&A: Is the Big Chino Water Ranch pipeline realistic?

With monitoring and modeling studies continuing, the Big Chino Water Ranch pipeline has been in a holding pattern for the past five years or so.

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Candidate Q&A: Open space - Should the city be buying more of it?

About a year ago, the Prescott City Council agreed to set aside $3.8 million in the 2017 city budget for open space acquisitions.

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Candidate Q&A: Prescott Airport — Does it need improvements?

Prescott council, mayor hopefuls weigh in on Prescott Airport improvements

As the City of Prescott has focused on a need for heightened economic development, one deficiency has consistently emerged: the Prescott Municipal Airport.

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Candidate Q&A: Prop. 443 — yes or no?

Prescott council, mayor hopefuls weigh in on sales tax increase, and what happens if it fails

Framing much of the 2017 Prescott City Council campaign to date has been the city’s more than $78 million shortfall with the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS).