Prescott’s legislative body consists of one Mayor and six City Council members who are elected at large. The Mayor serves a two-year term and Council members serve overlapping four-year terms.
Questions regarding Prescott city elections should be directed to Sarah Siep, Prescott City Clerk, at 777-1272 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 Election Cycle
2021 Primary Election – August 3, 2021
August 3 Primary Election Unofficial Results
2021 General Election – November 2, 2021
Important Dates – November General Election
- October 4, 2021 – Last Day to Register to Vote
- October 6, 2021 – Ballots Mailed to City of Prescott Registered Voters
- October 6, 2021 – Early Voting Begins at Yavapai County Elections Department at Fair Street.
- October 22, 2021 – Last day to Request an Early Ballot by Mail
Incumbents Eligible to Run for the August 2021 Primary Election
- Greg Mengarelli
- Steve Blair
- Phil Goode
- Alexa Scholl
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To be eligible to vote in a City of Prescott Election:
- You must be a Prescott resident
- You must be registered to vote twenty-nine days prior to the election
Home Rule Option – Prop 453
The voters of the City of Prescott, Arizona in 2017 adopted an alternative expenditure limitation – home rule option. The purpose of this election is for the continued use of the alternative expenditure limitation.
- Resolution No. 2021-1769
- Public Notice
- Home Rule Presentation Form
- Home Rule – Prop 453 Scheduled for August 3 Primary Election
- Primary Election Publicity Pamphlet
UNS Franchise Agreement – Proposition 454
UNS Gas, Inc. has submitted a proposed franchise to the City of Prescott for the purpose of supplying natural gas to the citizens of Prescott. The City Council has found that the issuance of the franchise will benefit the community. A franchise is subject to voter approval, pursuant to ARS 9-501 and the Prescott City Charter, Article XII Section I. This means a majority of qualified voters of the City of Prescott must authorize the granting of a franchise before the City of Prescott can enter into a new agreement. If approved, UNS Gas will be granted a new 25-year franchise to use the City’s rights-of-way to construct, operate, and maintain facilities for the handling, production, transporting, storing, sale and distribution of natural gas.