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2015 Albuquerque municipal election results

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — 53 of 53 vote centers. Includes early and absentee ballots.

Unofficial results

City Council District 2

2,631

Isaac Benton (D) (incumbent)

City Council District 4

2,079

Israel Chávez (D)

2,912

Brad Winter (R) (incumbent)

City Council District 6

2,894

Pat Davis (D)

984

Hess “Hessito” Yntema (R)

417

Sam Kerwin (D)

City Council District 8

3,112

Trudy Jones (R) (incumbent)

General Obligation Bonds

$12.9 million in Public Safety Bonds

21,352

For

6,636

Against

$12.16 million in Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancement Bonds

21,409

For

6,639

Against

$10.71 million in Parks and Recreation Bonds

21,435

For

6,488

Against

$11.375 million in Energy and Water Conservation, Public Facilities, and System Modernization Bonds

20,701

For

7,219

Against

$8.685 million in Library Bonds

21,501

For

6,435

Against

$33.675 million in Street Bonds

22,181

For

5,511

Against

$4.445 million in Public Transportation Bonds

18,280

For

8,952

Against

$14.24 million in Storm Sewer System Bonds

21,781

For

5,909

Against

$3.94 million in Museum, Zoo and Biological Park, and Cultural Facility Bonds

21,243

For

6,839

Against

$4.495 million in Affordable Housing Bonds

20,123

For

7,806

Against

$2.375 million in Metropolitan Redevelopment Bonds

16,818

For

10,788

Against

$6.5 million reallocation of previously approved bonds

16,234

For

11,302

Against

City Charter Amendments

1. To change petition signature requirements and send successful petition drives to voters only during regular or general elections

19,794

For

6,316

Against

2. To require publication of only title and summary on ballot for charter amendments

12,182

For

13,407

Against

3. To require City Council confirmation of the hiring of police and fire chiefs

17,011

For

9,764

Against

BioPark tax increase

To impose a new one-eighth of 1 percent gross receipts tax to support BioPark capital needs

15,281

For

11,771

Against

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