Candidates for the Primary Council Election
Candidate packets and nomination petitions are available in the office of the Town Clerk at 7501 East Civic Circle beginning on April 4, 2016 for the regularly scheduled Primary Council Election on August 30, 2016. Nomination petitions and the other paperwork must be filed with the Town Clerk no later than 5:00p.m. on June 1, 2016.
Offices to be filled: Four (4) Council members for Four-year terms.
Minimum Petition Signatures:244
The General Election will be held on November 8, 2016. Any candidate receiving a majority of all votes cast at the Primary Election will be declared elected without running in the General Election.
For additional information, call the Town Clerk's Office at 928-759-3028 or 928-759-3135.
Candidate qualifications are as follows:
- A candidate for local office must be a qualified elector at the time of filing their nomination paper.
- Any such candidate, in addition to the other requirements, must be 18 years of age or over in general law cities and towns.
- Candidates for local office must also have resided in the town for 1 year preceding the election. This 1-year residency requirement also permits persons living in an area that is annexed to a city or town less than 1 year prior to the election to qualify as a candidate if they meet all other requirements for candidates. To meet all other requirements, such candidates must still have resided for 1 year prior to the election in the area which was subsequently annexed.
- Concerning the question of candidate qualifications, it should be noted that a person convicted of a felony cannot serve as a councilmember until he/she has been restored their civil rights.
Also, if a person has been adjudicated an "incapacitated person", he is ineligible to vote at any election. Hence, it is clear that no person formerly convicted of a felony can be a candidate for office unless his civil rights are restored, nor can an "incapacitated person" be a candidate as such a person does not possess voter qualifications.
Also, a person cannot be a candidate for more than 1 public office if the elections for those offices are held on the same day and if the person would be prohibited from serving in the offices simultaneously.
Members of the Legislature
A member of the State Legislature is prohibited from holding office in a city or town. The only offices a legislator may hold while serving as a member of the Legislature are school trustee, teacher or instructor.
Federal Civilian Employees
Generally, employees in the Executive Branch of the Federal Government may not take an active part in political management or in political campaigns. However, they may run for local office in non-party elections; that is, elections in which no candidate for local office is identified on the ballot as representing any political party, including a nonpartisan party. In other words, Federal employees may participate in non-party local elections in which party designation and nomination are completely absent.
Candidates for Council
The Town of Prescott Valley Primary Election is on August 30, 2016.
The following people are Candidates for Town Council:
Lora Lee Nye
$500 Threshold Statements are on file for:
Richard Anderson, Craig Arps, Charlotte Bradford, Joey Cilano, Mary Mallory and Lora Lee Nye
Statements of Organization are on file for:
- Statement of Organization-Martin Grossman (PDF)
- Grossman-June 30 Report(PDF)
- Grossman-PrePrimary Report(PDF)
- Statement of Organization-Sergio Montes (PDF)
- Montes-June 30 Report(PDF)
- Montes-PrePrimary Report(PDF)
- Statement of Organization-Kevin Trovini (PDF)
- Trovini-June 30 Report(PDF)
- Trovini-PrePrimary Report(PDF)
- PVEPC-PrePrimary Report(PDF)
- Citizens 4 A Better PV-Statement of Organization (PDF)
- Citizens4-June 30 Report(PDF)
- Citizens4-PrePrimary Report(PDF)