Numerous ballot measures pass on Election Night in Yavapai and Coconino counties. In Prescott, voters decided on a franchise agreement with UNS Gas for the use of the public rights-of-way in the city for the purpose of constructing, operating and maintaining its natural gas system and distributing natural gas. The measure passed overwhelmingly, 88-to-12 percent. In Cottonwood, voters voted on a proposed budget increase for the Mingus Union High School District, which barely passed by 54 votes. Folks in Crown King voted on authorizing the fire district to sell and issue bonds to provide funds to construct, equip and furnish new fire stations, or to renovate existing ones. That passed 81-to-19 percent. In Williams, voters decided on an override for the Williams Unified School District. The measure was approved 675-to-522, which means the ten-percent budget authorization approved by voters in 2017 will carry over another seven years. All elections are not official until they have been canvassed.