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MESA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY SALES TAX ISSUE 1A

Mesa

Would increase sales tax in Mesa County by 0.37%, funding would go to County Sheriff, District Attorney and other public safety entities.

Yes 27,933
63%
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No 16,438
37%
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TOWN OF DE BEQUE BALLOT ISSUE 2A

Mesa

Would impose a 5% sales tax on medical marijuana and medical marijuana-infused products

Yes 76
62%
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No 47
38%
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MESA COUNTY VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 51 BALLOT ISSUE 3A

Mesa

Would raise the property tax mill levy to fund five more days of school, more curriculum materials, IT support staff and repairs.

Yes 23,296
55%
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No 19,354
45%
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MESA COUNTY VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 51 BALLOT ISSUE 3B

Mesa

Would allow the district to issue $118.5 million in bonds that would be paid off through property taxes, to fund major projects like a new Orchard Mesa Middle School. It will also allow the district to spend money on high priority repairs, more technology for classrooms and add more security.

Yes 22,423
55%
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No 18,361
45%
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GRAND RIVER HOSPITAL DISTRICT BALLOT ISSUE 4A

MESA

Would allow tax increase in Grand River Hospital District, Garfield and Mesa counties to pay for Grand River Hospital

YES 0
0%
NO 0
0%
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CLIFTON FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BALLOT ISSUE 5A

MESA

Would increase taxes for Clifton Fire Protection in order to hire more staff, replace equipment.

YES 4,343
64%
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NO 2,393
36%
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ROAN CREEK METROPOLITAN DISTRICT BALLOT ISSUE 5B

MESA

Taxes would be raised in the Roan Creek Metropolitan District to be used for mosquito abatement and control

NO 135
54%
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YES 117
46%
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MESA WATER & SANITATION DISTRICT BALLOT ISSUE 5C

MESA

Taxes would be raised in the Mesa Water and Sanitation District to provide domestic water and sewer services.

Yes 18
60%
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No 12
40%
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GRAND MESA METROPOLITAN DISTRICT BALLOT ISSUE 5D

MESA

Would raise the debt limit to $500,000 in the Grand Mesa Metropolitan District.

YES 12
100%
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NO 0
0%
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D-51 District C

MESA
John Williams 28,980
100%
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D-51 District D

MESA
0 of 0 Reporting
Thomas M. Parrish 24,015
66%
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Dusti Reimer 12,329
34%
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D-51 District E

Mesa
Amy L. Davis 25,487
69%
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Tom Keenan 11,462
31%
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DE BEQUE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 49JT AT LARGE (2-YEAR TERM)

MESA
Kevin Pittman 189
100%
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DE BEQUE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 49JT AT LARGE (4-YEAR TERM)

MESA
Dustin Sandidge 167
31%
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Wendy K. Chapman 128
24%
Brennan S. Rigsby 127
24%
Ryan Rose 112
21%
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PLATEAU VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 50- District E

MESA
Monte Hawkins 375
56%
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Kristin Melnikoff 289
44%
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PLATEAU VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 50- District B

MESA
Dane Hilgenfeld 567
100%
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PLATEAU VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 50- District D

MESA
Kori Satterfield 399
60%
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Shana Appelhanz 261
40%

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