Voters in Flagstaff approved some propositions and said no to others Tuesday in the mid-term elections. Voters approved Proposition 419, which was the sales tax continuation on transportation. The measure passed with 64-percent of the vote. Proposition 420, the Lone Tree Bridge proposition passed and Prop 421, which is the public transit tax increase, failed, both by a slim margin. The controversial Proposition 418, which is the minimum wage initiative, failed with 55-percent of the vote. The result is the minimum wage act remains in place in Flagstaff, which means the minimum wage will reach $15.50 an hour by 2022. The continuation of secondary property tax for Coconino Community College failed with 56-percent of the vote. Two Flagstaff Unified School District ballot questions, Proposition 423, which was a bond question and Proposition 424, which was a budget override, both passed by a decent margin. Proposition 422, which was a bond question for affordable housing in Flagstaff failed with 54-percent of the vote.