11.32% Voter Turnout

According to the Bexar County Elections Office, out of the 1,026,817 registered voters, only 116,212 people went to the polls.  We will have more detailed information regarding age demographic and district specific turnout soon.

Election results for Mayor and City Council can be viewed below.  The results are interesting because we saw an incumbent upset in District 8 and we have 7 runoff races out of the 11 original races for City Council and Mayor.  Check out the runoff candidates voters guide here.

San Antonio Mayor

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Ivey Taylor 41,788 42%
Ron Nirenberg 36,887 37%
Manuel Medina 15,049 15%

City Council, District 1

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Robert C. Treviño 4,408 49%
Michael Montaño 2,843 31%
Robert Feria 603 7%
Lauro Bustamante 547 6%
Adrian Flores 371 4%
Ross Treviño 268 3%

City Council, District 2

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Alan Warrick 2,410 41%
William Cruz Shaw 1,689 29%
Keith Toney 1,380 23%
Dori Brown 419 7%

City Council, District 3

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Rebecca Viagran 4,509 62%
Jessica Guerrero 1,062 15%
Nathan Carrizales 802 11%
Ismael Reyes 369 5%
Jerome Durham 213 3%
Sylvia Don 154 2%
Ralph Gerber 150 2%

City Council, District 4

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Rey Saldaña 3,455 78%
Johnny Arredondo 638 14%
Rey Guevara 316 7%

City Council, District 5

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Shirley Gonzales 3,396 66%
Richard Montez 834 16%
David Yanez 309 6%
Cynthia Cavazos 309 6%
Dolores Sotomayor 309 6%
Daniel Lopez 220 4%

City Council, District 6

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Greg Brockhouse 3,064 36%
Melissa Cabello Havrda 1,747 21%
Rick Treviño 1,719 20%
Joseph Cortez 1,514 18%
Don Page 159 2%
Robert Castaneda 138 2%
Eric Gosset 127 1%
Ropal Anderson 23 0%

City Council, District 7

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Ana Sandoval 5,957 51%
Chris Medina 4,257 36%
Michele Dalbis-Robledo 1,278 11%
Marco Reyes 153 1%
Alfredo Esparza Colunga 84 1%

City Council, District 8

Cynthia Brehm 3,716 33%
Manny Pelaez 3,304 27%
Pat Stout 2,236 21%
Tony Valdivia 1,190 11%
Paul Martin 661 6%
Shane Hinze 204 2%

City Council, District 9

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Marco Barros 41,788 42%
John Courage 36,887 37%
Patrick Von Dohlen 15,049 15%
David Cohen 1,278 11%
Patty Gibbons 1,278 11%
Lynlie Wallace 1,278 11%
Sandra Martinez-Deyarmond 1,278 11%
Bert Cecconi 1,278 11%
Matt Piña 1,278 11%
Adam Goodman 244 2%

City Council, District 10

CANDIDATES VOTERS PERCENT
Ezra Johnson 41,788 22%
Clayton Perry 36,887 22%
Jonathan Delmer 15,049 16%
Reinette King 1,278 12%
Diana Kenny 1,278 11%
John Alvarez 1,278 10%
Celeste Montez-Tidwell 1,278 3%
Andrew Padilla 1,278 3%
Eric Robert Morse 1,278 2%
Lon Jett IV 244 1%

 

BOND PROP. 1 STREETS, BRIDGES, AND SIDEWALKS

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 76,791 78%
AGAINST 21,602 22%

BOND PROP. 2 DRAINAGE AND FLOOD CONTROL

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 76,889 79%
AGAINST 20,063 21%

BOND PROP. 3 PARKS, RECREATION, AND OPEN SPACE

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 68,724 78%
AGAINST 29,143 30%

BOND PROP. 3 PARKS, RECREATION, AND OPEN SPACE

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 76,791 78%
AGAINST 21,602 22%

BOND PROP. 4 LIBRARY AND CULTURAL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 70,630 73%
AGAINST 26,623 27%

BOND PROP. 5 PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 68,158 70%
AGAINST 29,157 30%

BOND PROP. 6 URBAN RENEWAL PLAN

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 65,732 68%
AGAINST 31,393 32%

ALAMO COLLEGES $450 MILLION BOND

RESPONSES VOTERS PERCENT
FOR 75,143 67%
AGAINST 37,282 33%