Election History


Date of Election: November 6, 2018
Type of Election: Mayor,Council,Charter,Initiative,Bonds
City Population (at Time of the Election): 0
Number of Registered Voters: 0
Total Ballots Cast: 0
Percent of Registered Voters Who Voted: %
Mayor
Adler, Steve 178,980 59.05%
Morrison, Laura 58,321 19.24%
Pena, Gustavo "Gus" 34,082 11.25%
Phelps, Todd 19,614 6.47%
Duncan, Travis 6,999 2.31%
Strenger, Alexander 3,033 1.00%
Pease, Alan 2,052 0.68%
District 1
Salazar, Mariana 5,716 25.93%
Harper-Madison, Natasha 5,520 25.04%
Harding, Vincent 5,094 23.11%
Conway Jr., Lewis 2,516 11.41%
Avini, Mitrah Elizabeth 2,068 9.38%
Spigner III, Reedy Macque 1,076 4.88%
Ramos, Misael 54 0.24%
District 3
Renteria, Sabino "Pio" 10,467 47.66%
Almanza, Susana 4,690 21.36%
Cohen, Jessica 2,022 9.21%
Motwani, Amit 1,789 8.15%
Valadez, James 1,537 7.00%
Jacobson, Justin 1,457 6.63%
District 5
Kitchen, Ann 29,413 100.00%
District 8
Ellis, Paige 9,703 30.50%
Ward, Frank 7,841 24.65%
Levinski, Bobby 7,297 22.94%
DePalma, Rich 6,967 21.90%
District 9
Tovo, Kathryne "Kathie" 19,630 52.73%
Skidmore, Danielle 11,701 31.43%
O'Neal 3,600 9.67%
Jones, Isiah 2,294 6.16%


Proposition A: Affordable Housing - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
243272 72.80% 90899 27.20%
The issuance of $250,000,000 in tax supported general obligation bonds and notes for planning, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping affordable housing facilities for low income and moderate income persons and families, and acquiring land and interests in land and property necessary to do so, funding loans and grants for affordable housing, and funding affordable housing programs, as may be permitted by law; and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes.


Proposition B: Libraries, Museums and Cultural Arts Facilities - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
244824 73.62% 87731 26.38%
The issuance of $128,000,000 in tax supported general obligation bonds and notes for planning, acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping community and cultural facilities, libraries, museums, and cultural and creative arts facilities, and acquiring land and interests in land and property necessary to do so; and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes.


Proposition C: Parks and Recreation - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
269215 80.73% 64278 19.27%
The issuance of $149,000,000 in tax supported general obligation bonds and notes for planning, acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving and equipping public parks, recreation centers, natural areas, and other related facilities, including, without limitation, playgrounds, hike and bike trails, sports courts, and swimming pools, and acquiring land and interests in land and property necessary to do so; and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes.


Proposition D: Flood Mitigation, Open Space and Water Quality Protection - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
278447 83.77% 53948 16.23%
The issuance of $184,000,000 in tax supported general obligation bonds and notes for flood mitigation, open space and water quality and quantity for planning, designing, acquiring, constructing, and installing improvements and facilities for flood control, erosion control, water quality, water quantity, and storm-water drainage, and acquiring land, open spaces, and interests in land and property necessary to do so; and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes.


Proposition E: Health and Human Services - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
227838 70.31% 96205 29.69%
The issuance of $16,000,000 in tax supported general obligation bonds and notes for planning, constructing, reconstructing, improving, and equipping a neighborhood public health and human services facility in the Dove Springs area; and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes.


Proposition F: Public Safety - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
266130 81.22% 61534 18.78%
The issuance of $38,000,000 in tax supported general obligation bonds and notes for planning, renovating, improving, and equipping existing public safety facilities, specifically fire and emergency medical services stations, buildings, and other related facilities; and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes.


Proposition G: Transportation Infrastructure - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
267839 81.11% 62396 18.89%
The issuance of $160,000,000 in tax supported general obligation bonds and notes for planning, constructing, reconstructing, and improving roads, streets, intersections, sidewalks, bridges, urban trails and related utility and drainage infrastructure for the roads and streets; improving traffic signal synchronization and control systems; acquiring and installing traffic signals; and acquiring land and interests in land and property necessary to do so; and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes.


Proposition H: Planning Commission - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
192263 66.76% 95745 33.24%
Shall the City Charter be amended to provide that the term of service and process for removal of the Planning Commission members be determined by ordinance?


Proposition I: Non-substantive corrections to Charter - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
223631 73.21% 81844 26.79%
Shall the City Charter be amended to make non-substantive corrections to grammar, typographical errors, capitalization, punctuation, and sentence structure; and to change or remove charter language that is obsolete?


Proposition J: Land Development Code - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
166647 48.12% 179690 51.88%
Shall a City ordinance be adopted to require both a waiting period and subsequent voter approval period, a total of up to three years, before future comprehensive revisions of the City’s land development code become effective?


Proposition K: Citizen-initiated ordinance regarding an efficiency study - Ordinance #
Yes % Yes No % No
129355 42.37% 175920 57.63%
Without using the existing internal City Auditor or existing independent external auditor, shall the City Code be amended to require an efficiency study of the City’s operational and fiscal performance performed by a third-party audit consultant, at an estimated cost of $1 million - $5 million?


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