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Prescott City Councilman Phil Goode Beats Mayor Greg Mengarelli In Tuesday’s Primary Election

There will be a new mayor of Prescott. Current city councilman Phil Goode beat current Mayor Greg Mengarelli in Tuesday’s primary by over three-thousand votes. Goode unoffically garnered 62-percent of the vote to 38-percent for Mengarelli. Goode is a Vietnam War veteran and is a 29 year member of the American Legion and had a 35-year career in the healthcare industry. Goode has served on the Prescott City Council for four years. Mengarelli was elected mayor in 2017, then re-elected in 2019. For Prescott City Council, three seats were up for grabs. Newcomers Eric Moore and Brandon Montoya won seat outright, getting over ten-thousand votes each. The third seat will be decided in the general election between Jessica Hall and Grant Quezada. The two received over seven-thousand votes and were separated by over 730 votes. In Dewey/Humboldt, Vice Mayor Karen Brooks and councilmembers Lynn Collins and Amy Lance fought off challengers in a recall election. The election in both Prescott and Dewey/Humboldt had a voter turnout of 53-percent.