Center for Politics

May 5th Election Results

Race Candidates Votes X *
BONDS A-$235M YES 3,705 x
A -$235M NO 2,637
B- $191M YES 3,649 x
B $191M NO 2,672
Place 6 Lan Carter 2,290
Minerva Trujillo 3,926 x
CITY COUNCIL Bruce Bynum 319
Patsy Bracey 694
Mellisa Brown 1,010
Den'Mica Eugene 229
Leo Gukeisen 215
Tolly James Jr. 448
Gregory Johnson 1,868 x
Hugh Menking 1,404 x
Brockley Moore 909
Juan Rivera 1,201 x
Placidio Rivera 519
Kenny Wells 1,109
Mayor Hal Butchart 768
Jose Segarra 2,659 x
Holly Teel 517
Arturo Cortez 230
Jimmy Parker 332
Amendments Prop. A Yes 1,577
Prop. A No 2,023 x
Prop B Yes 2,965 x
Prop B No 936
Board seats (2) Allen Cloud 392 x
Mike Miller 359
Richard Young 429 x
City Council (2) Wayne Carpenter 287 x
Guy O'Banion (i) 218 x
Art Resa 97
Mayor Mary Condon (i) 37 x
David Merideth Sr. 35
City Council (1) M. Blomquist 999 x
Jeff Orlando 447
City Council (1) C. Kuehne 195 x
T.J. Wright 136
Mayor E.F. Blanchett 329 x
Linda Reynolds 142
David Williams 323
Alderman (2) Becky Butscher 285
F. Coachman (i) 316 x
Michael Coggin 449 x
Judy Fields 195
Chad Martin 161
Bond $49.4 million, yes 1,286 x
$49.4 million, no 669
* X denotes unofficial winner

Primary Election: Last day to register to vote is Feb. 8; Early voting is Feb. 20-March 2; Election Day is March 6

Municipal Election for mayor, three at-large councilmembers: Early voting is April 23 to May 1; Election Day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on May 5

For more information on local polling places, locations and times, click here.

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