With the Phoenix City Council Dec. 5 canvass of vote for the city of Phoenix 2018 Special Election for Mayor and Proposition 419, the election results are now official. A total of 457,659 ballots were cast in this election, which represents 61.49% of the registered voters in Phoenix. These results include all ballots cast in this election.
|Mayor||Kate Gallego||171,035 votes||(44.61%)|
|Moses Sanchez||71,121 votes||(18.55%)|
|Nicholas Sarwark||40,218 votes||(10.49%)|
|Daniel Valenzuela||100,998 votes||(26.34%)|
|Prop. 419||Election Funding|
|Yes – 331,803 votes|
No – 58,314 votes
Since no mayoral candidate received a majority of the votes cast, the two candidates with the most votes will proceed to a runoff election. On Tuesday, March 12, 2019, the city of Phoenix will conduct a Special Election. All registered voters residing in the city will elect a Mayor in the Runoff Election to serve the remainder of a term that expires April 19, 2021.
Registered voters residing in Phoenix Council District 5 will elect a Councilmember to serve the remainder of a term that expires April 19, 2021, and registered voters residing in Phoenix Council District 8 will elect a Councilmember to serve the remainder of a term that expires April 17, 2023.
For more information, visit Phoenix.gov/Elections.