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(Latest update: 12:52 am. Results rounded to the nearest percent.)

Ballot Issue 1 (TOPS funds):
Yes 72%
No 28%

Ballot Issue 2 (Council Pay):
Yes 20%
No 80%

City Council District 1:

Julie Naye 6%
Tim Leigh 20%
Linda Mojer 6%
Don Knight 56%
Joe Barrera 12%

City Council District 2:

Angela Dougan 39%
Joel Miller 52%
Bill Murray 8%

City Council District 3:

Tom Gallagher 7%
Jim Bensberg 16%
Bob Kinsey 4%
Brandy Williams 34%
Keith King 39%

City Council District 4:

Gary Flakes 4%
Deborah Hendrix 35%
Dennis Moore 22%
Helen Collins 39%

City Council District 5:

Bernie Herpin 31%
Roger McCarville 24%
Jill Gaebler 36%
Al Loma 8%

City Council District 6:

Andres Pico 34.44%
David Moore 33.10%
Ed Bircham 32.46%

 

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