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In an uncontested race this week, Prescott voters overwhelmingly elected Jessica Hall to a four-year term on the City Council, and also approved a 25-year franchise agreement with UniSource Gas.
Registered Prescott voters who have yet to vote in the Nov. 2 general election now have one day to submit their ballots.
The votes for the Prescott City Council Aug. 3 primary are now “unofficially final,” and, as expected on primary night, three clear winners were chosen.
It is still not officially final, but a new round of ballot tabulations on Wednesday evening, Aug. 4 substantiated the early results from Tuesday’s night’s Prescott City Council primary.
With the voting deadline for the Prescott City Council primary approaching on Tuesday, Aug. 3, about 44% of registered Prescott voters had cast their ballots by Friday, July 30.
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.
With two weeks remaining before the Aug. 3 primary, about 11% of Prescott voters had cast ballots in the City Council primary this week.
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?
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.