Scottsdale General and Special Elections Results (Unofficial)

Unofficial results indicate that Scottsdale voters have re-elected incumbents Kathy Littlefield and Linda Milhaven and elected newcomer Solange Whitehead.

Voters also approved Question 1 and Proposition 420. 

Question 1 authorizes an increase in the rate of transaction privilege and use taxes in the City by 0.10 percent (0.10%) for a period of ten (10) years to provide funds for transportation improvement projects. The tax amounts to one penny on every $10 purchase in Scottsdale. The increase is expected to take effect Feb. 1, 2019.

Voters also passed Proposition 420, an amendment to the Scottsdale City Charter proposed by initiative petition. This proposition amends the city charter to prohibit the alteration of the natural state of preserve lands and limit the use of preserve funds for any purpose other than those specifically outlined in the proposed amendment unless authorized by Scottsdale registered voters at a general or special election.

Unofficial results do not include provisional ballots (ballots requiring additional verification) or unverified early ballots.

See the latest unofficial election results here.

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