Tight races and potential for runoffs

Leer en español

Phoenix’s two most aggressive City Council contests are heading towards runoffs this March, after the final huge batch of votes have been counted Monday. 

Runoffs happen when no single candidate will get greater than 50% of the vote. 

Countywide, not more than about 14,500 miscellaneous batches of votes nonetheless stay to be counted. It’s unknown what number of of these are in Phoenix.

Half of the town’s eight council seats are on the poll, however the race to signify District 6 in Arcadia, the Biltmore space and elements of north-central Phoenix and District 8 in south Phoenix are probably the most aggressive.

County elections officers stated they might proceed to depend ballots from the Nov. 8 election early this week.

In District 6, the highest two vote getters are headed to a runoff, although it is unclear who these two can be. Kevin Robinson pulled forward within the open area of eight candidates vying to switch termed-out Sal DiCiccio.

Back to top button