Election History


Date of Election: November 4, 2014
Type of Election: Mayor,Council,Bonds
City Population (at Time of the Election): 885,400
Number of Registered Voters: 517,718
Total Ballots Cast: 209,140
Percent of Registered Voters Who Voted: 40.40%
Mayor
Adler, Steve 64,416 36.77%
Martinez, Mike 51,892 29.62%
Cole, Sheryl 25,846 14.76%
Phelps, Todd 17,333 9.90%
Krenek, Mary Catherine 7,370 4.21%
Orshalick, David 3,746 2.14%
Stephens, Randall 3,204 1.83%
Culver, Ronald 1,358 0.78%
District 01
Houston, Ora 6,429 49.11%
Lofton, DeWayne 1,887 14.42%
Menard, Valerie 1,221 9.33%
Hindman, George 928 7.09%
Bucknall, Andrew 811 6.20%
Cargill, Michael 711 5.43%
Osemene, Sam 529 4.04%
Hutchins, Christopher 421 3.22%
Jacobson, Norman A. 153 1.17%
District 02
Garza, Delia 5,576 65.76%
Reyes, Edward "Wally" 1,325 15.63%
Sheppard, John C. 887 10.46%
Owen, Mike 691 8.15%
District 03
Almanza, Susana R. 2,142 20.99%
Renteria, Sabino "Pio" 1,919 18.80%
Valera, Jose 1,683 16.49%
Cantu, Mario 993 9.73%
Rangel, Eric J. 648 6.35%
Ireland, Shaun 646 6.33%
Phillips, Kent 615 6.03%
Fernandez, Julian Limon 510 5.00%
McGhee, Fred L. 462 4.53%
Quintero, Jose Sr. 223 2.19%
Turullois-Bonilla, Ricardo 201 1.97%
Hoerster, Christopher 163 1.60%
District 04
Casar, Gregorio 3,272 38.63%
Pressley, Laura 1,826 21.56%
Daniel, Katrina 1,369 16.16%
Mays, Sharon E. 720 8.50%
Guzman, Monica A. 556 6.56%
Perez, Roberto Jr. 426 5.03%
Herrin, Louis C. III 224 2.64%
Mancillas, Marco 77 0.91%
District 05
Kitchen, Ann 11,396 53.62%
Rodriguez, Mike 4,719 22.20%
Buda, Dan 1,923 9.05%
Floyd, Dave 1,016 4.78%
Denny, Jason 875 4.12%
Kennedy, CarolAnneRose 835 3.93%
Senecal, Dave 488 2.30%
District 06
Zimmerman, Don 3,729 24.22%
Flannigan, James 3,702 24.05%
Wiley, Jay 3,513 22.82%
Stillwell, Matt 2,366 15.37%
Kelly, Machenzie 1,382 8.98%
Phillips, Lloyd "Pete" 704 4.57%
District 07
Pool, Leslie 6,275 32.14%
Boyt, J.E. 3,299 16.90%
Zone, Melissa 2,951 15.12%
English, Ed 2,701 13.84%
Paver, Jimmy 2,107 10.79%
Salazar, Pete A. Jr. 1,148 5.88%
Ingraham, Zack 612 3.13%
Wittle, Darryl R. 429 2.20%
District 08
Troxclair, Ellen 5,682 26.38%
Scruggs, Ed 5,503 25.55%
Bray, Becky 4,108 19.07%
Pierce, Darrell 3,549 16.48%
May, Eliza 2,696 12.52%
District 09
Runoff not set, Riley withdrew. Tovo was declared the winner
Tovo, Kathie 10,041 49.11%
Riley, Chris 8,258 40.39%
McGann, Erin 2,149 10.51%
District 10
Dealey, Mandy 8,566 30.67%
Gallo, Sheri 6,403 22.93%
Thomas, Robert 5,276 18.89%
Worsham, Bill 2,666 9.55%
Meeker, Jason 1,769 6.33%
Burciaga, Margie 1,298 4.65%
Cannon, Tina 1,072 3.84%
Lamon, Matt 877 3.14%


Proposition 1 - Ordinance #20140807-017, 20141016-002
Yes % Yes No % No
81265 42.80% 108587 57.20%
Shall the City Council of the City of Austin, Texas be authorized to issue general obligation bonds and notes of the City for transportation and mobility purposes, to wit: planning, designing, engineering, acquiring, constructing, reconstructing, renovating, improving, operating, maintaining and equipping rail systems, facilities and infrastructure, including a fixed rail transit system to be operated by Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (which may spend its funds to build, operate and maintain such system) servicing the East Riverside Corridor, downtown Austin, the State Capitol complex, the Medical School complex, the University of Texas, Hancock Center, Austin Community College Highland campus, and surrounding neighborhoods; roadway improvements related to such rail systems, facilities and infrastructure; acquiring land and interests in land and property necessary therefore; and all matters necessary or incidental thereto; with the bonds and notes to be issued in one or more series or issues, in the aggregate principal amount of $600,000,000, to mature serially or otherwise and bear interest at a rate or rates not to exceed the respective limits prescribed by law at the time of issuance, and to be sold at the price or prices as the City Council determines and shall there be levied and pledged, assessed, and collected annually ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in the City in an amount sufficient to pay the annual interest on the bonds and notes and to provide a sinking fund to pay the bonds and notes at maturity; provided, however, that no bonds or notes shall be issued to pay costs of the fixed rail transit system (other than expenditures for planning, designing and engineering necessary to obtain grant and/or match funding) unless (i) the City obtains one or more commitments for grant or match funding from the Federal Transit Administration or one or more other federal or state sources for the cost of the fixed rail transit system and (ii) the City provides funding in an amount not less than $400,000,000 to pay costs of roadway improvement projects of regional significance that are designed to relieve congestion, enhance mobility and manage traffic in the I-35, US 183, SH 71, RM 620, RM 1826, RM 2222, FM 734 (Parmer), Lamar Boulevard, and Loop 360 corridors?


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