Nov. 8, 2011
In unofficial results, Greg Stanton defeated Wes Gullett in the race for Mayor of Phoenix. Stanton received 56.10 percent of the votes in the mayoral race and Gullett received 43.90 percent.
Incumbent Thelda Williams will remain the District 1 Councilmember for another four-year term with 55.87 percent of the vote over Eric Frederick’s 44.13 percent.
In the District 5 race, Daniel Valenzuela received the majority of the votes, winning his first full term as Councilmember with 56.52 percent of the total votes, compared to Brenda Sperduti’s 43.48 percent.
As of 11 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, the updated, unofficial election results are:
- Mayor: Wes Gullett – 64,479 (43.90 percent); Greg Stanton 82,399– (56.10 percent).
- Council District 1: Eric Frederick – 8,004 (44.13 percent); Thelda Williams – 10,134 (55.87 percent).
- Council District 5: Brenda Sperduti – 5,203 (43.48 percent); Daniel Valenzuela – 6,764 (56.52 percent).
A total of 20,100 ballots were cast at the city’s new 26 Voting Centers during a three-day period. Approximately 8,250 early ballots (from 143,500 received early ballots), along with an unknown number of early ballots dropped off at Voting Centers on Election Day, remain to be counted. In addition, approximately 750 provisional ballots cast at the Voting Centers must be verified and tabulated.
The next scheduled update with early ballots received Monday and Tuesday will be available by 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10. City officials expect to have the remaining ballots processed and tabulated by 5:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14.
For more election updates, visit phoenix.gov.
|Stephanie Ribodal Romero