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Grand Junction April Elections

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2A SALES TAX INCREASE FOR EVENT CENTER AND TWO RIVERS RENOVATION

MESA

Authorizing the City to Raise Sales and Use Taxes by One-Quarter Percent and to Incur Additional Debt for the Economic Development Project of Construction and Operation of an Event Center and Making Improvements to Two Rivers Convention Center

No 10,129
71%
Yes 4,184
29%
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2B RETAINING FUNDS FOR ROADS

MESA

Authorizing the City to Retain and Spend the Funds in the Riverside Parkway Debt Retirement Fund (Already Received and to be Received Until 2022) for Road Construction, Road Repair, and Road Improvements Including but Not Limited to the Riverside Parkway

Yes 9,027
63%
No 5,202
37%
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CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT A

MESA
Phyllis Norris 7,435
60%
Jesse Daniels 4,987
40%
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CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT B

MESA
C.E. Duke Wortmann 7,225
58%
Martin Chazen 5,173
42%
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CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT E

MESA
Duncan McArthur 8,592
100%
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CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE

MESA
Rick Taggart 7,805
66%
C. Lincoln Pierce 4,058
34%

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