City Clerk Releases Final, Unofficial Results for 2015 Mayor and Council Election


Aug. 31, 2015
The Phoenix City Clerk Department has released final unofficial vote tabulations for the 2015 Mayor and Council Election. A total of 136,729 ballots were cast in the election, which represents 20.81 percent of Phoenix registered voters. These results include all ballots cast in the election. The Phoenix City Council will canvass the vote at the Sept. 2 formal City Council meeting, when the results will become official.​

​Mayor

​Greg Stanton

​85,629​ votes

(65.31 percent)

​Anna Maria Brennan

​38,11​8 votes

​​(29.07 percent)

​Matthew Jette

​7,356 votes

​(5.61 percent)

​District 1

​Thelda Williams

12,052 votes

​(100 percent)

​District 3

​Bill Gates

17,445 votes

​(100 percent)

​District 5

​Daniel Valenzuela

7,609 votes

​(73.97 percent)

​Felix Garcia

​2,677 votes

​(26.03 percent)

​District 7

​Michael Nowakowski

5,346 votes

​(100 percent)

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There also were five propositions on the ballot. The unofficial results are:

​Proposition 100 – Ratification of the Phoenix General Plan

​Yes – 97,891 votes

​(76.03 percent)

​​No – 30,869 votes

​​(23.97 percent)

​Proposition 101 – Continuation of Locally Controlled Alternative Expenditure Limit

​Yes – 90,775 votes

​(69.99 percent)

​No – 38,921 votes

​(30.01 percent)

​Proposition 102 –Proposed Charter Amendment to authorize the City of Phoenix to issue electronic payments.

​Yes – 98,907 votes

​ (78.06 percent)

​No – 27,796 votes

​(21.94 percent)

​Proposition 103 – Proposed Charter Amendment to the City of Phoenix Employees’ Retirement Plan for new hires.

​Yes – 91,863 votes

​ (70.75 percent)

​No – 37,976 votes

​(29.25 percent)

​Proposition 104 – Comprehensive Transportation Plan for Phoenix

​Yes 73,067 votes

​ (54.75 percent)

​No 60,388 votes

​(45.25 percent)


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Media Contact:
Yvette Roeder
Phone Number:
602-501-0620


Movieola, Lake Eola Park’s free outdoor summer movie series comes to a close on Friday, August 28 with “Monsters University.” The family-friendly event on the park’s East Lawn starts at 6 p.m. with games and food available for purchase.

The movie will start at 8 p.m.

The East Lawn is located on Eola Drive between Washington Street and Central Boulevard, near the Lake Eola Park playground.


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