City of Phoenix, Special Elections, May 21, 2019


Final Official Election Results

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Last Updated: 6:00 p.m. on June 5, 2019

These totals are the final official election results for the Phoenix Runoff Election provided by the City Clerk's Office, which conducted the election. These results include all ballots cast in the election.

This election was to fill a vacancy for Council District 5 and 8. Council District 5 is for a term that expires April 19, 2021 and Council District 8 is for a term that expires April 17, 2023.  These races appeared on the Runoff Election ballot for Phoenix voters only.

The results became official upon the canvass of vote by the City Council, on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. Find out more information about the Phoenix Runoff Election.

Council Member District 5

Vote for not more than ONE

Votes

Percentage

​Betty Guardado

7,417

​62.49%

Vania Guevara

4,452

 

37.51%



Council Member District 8

Vote for not more than ONE

Votes

Percentage

Carlos Garcia

6,715

51.47%

Mike Johnson

6,331​​

48.53%

For information about races for Federal, State and County offices, or other General Election ballot information, please visit www.Maricopa.vote.

Mayor

Vote for not more than ONE

Votes

Percentage

Kate Gallego

106,216

58.44%

​Daniel Valenzuela

75,532

​41.56%



Proposition 411

Proposition 411 is a proposed Charter Amendment that would change regular City of Phoenix candidate elections from the fall of odd-numbered years to November of even-numbered years, with Runoff elections in the following March.

Votes

Percentage

Yes

0

00.00%

​No

0

​00.00%



Proposition 412

Proposition 412 is a proposed Charter Amendment that would permit the City Council to remove elective office holders for violating the City of Phoenix Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy.

Votes

Percentage

Yes

0

00.00%

​No

​0

​00.00%



Proposition 413

Proposition 413 is a proposed Southwest Gas Corporation franchise agreement.

Votes

Percentage

Yes

0

00.00%

No

0

00.00%



Proposition 414

Proposition 414 is a proposed Charter Amendment that would eliminate the Charter requirement to have the full text of propositions printed on the ballot without unanimous approval by the City Council.

Votes

​Percentage

Yes

0

00.00%

No

0

00.00%



Proposition 415

Proposition 415 is a proposed Charter Amendment that would change the terms of the Citizens' Commission on Salaries for Elected City Officials to align with Mayoral elections in even numbered years, and require the Commission to meet every four years rather than every two years.

Votes

Percentage

Yes

0

00.00%

No

0

00.00%



Proposition 416

Proposition 416 is a proposed Charter Amendment that would allow the City Clerk to verify a 20% random sample of initiative and referendum petition signatures.

Votes

Percentage

Yes

0

00.00%

​No

0​

​00.00%