The City of Phoenix election results are in for the mayoral and council election.
The results were announced last night, August 30, at 8 p.m., with votes submitted from nearly 650,000 registered voters — 646,995, to be exact — with a little more than two percent of the votes from voting centers, and a little more than 13 percent casting their votes via early voting (nearly 90,000 votes).
According to the City of Phoenix’s website, these unofficial results do not include provisional ballots; the remaining early ballots and provisional ballots expected to be tabulated on Friday, Sept. 2. Check back here for those results.
Mayoral Election Results
Greg Stanton received most of the votes, more than 37 percent and more than 37,000 votes. Read Stanton’s statement on his website.
Wes Gullett came in second — more than 20 percent and more than 20,000 votes. Read Gullett’s statement on his website.
Here’s a breakdown of the mayoral election results:
Proposition 1 — Expenditure Limit
Proposition 1 passed, with a little less than three-quarters of voters voting YES.
Proposition 2 — Zoning Referendum
Proposition 2 did not pass, with more than 60 percent voting NO.
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