Unofficial election results: Prop. 420 passes with 70 percent of ballots cast

The unofficial Nov. 6 Maricopa County election results show that Scottsdale’s ballot question No. 1 and Prop. 420 both passed.

In the Scottsdale City Council race incumbents Kathy Littlefield and Linda Milhaven have been reelected, with newcomer Solange Whitehead.

In the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board race, official candidates Patty Beckman and Jann-Michael Greenburg are shown as winning, however write-in candidate Christine Schild’s turn out isn’t available at this time.

Scottsdale’s ballot question 1, authorizes an increase in the rate of transaction privilege and use taxes in the city by 0.10 percent for a period of 10 years to provide funds for transportation improvement projects. The tax amounts to one penny on every $10 purchase in Scottsdale.

Prop. 420 will require voter approval for all commercial construction and usage of earmarked conservation dollars within the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

Maricopa County Record’s Office unofficial results for Scottsdale include:

  • Question 1: Passed 56 percent to 44 percent;
  • Prop. 420: Passed 70 percent to 30 percent.

Scottsdale City Council unofficial results show:

  • Kathy Littlefield: 25 percent of ballots cast;
  • Solange Whitehead: 22 percent of ballots cast;
  • Linda Milhaven: 19 percent of ballots cast;
  • Bill Crawford: 17 percent of ballots cast; and
  • David Smith: 16 percent of ballots cast.

Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board unofficial results show:

  • Patty Beckman: 56 percent of ballots cast; and
  • Jann-Michael Greenburg: 44 percent of ballots cast.

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