FAN Fall 2018 Election Preferences

public election created by FAN Operations



Poll of members' preferences in the 2018 city council election, as well as propositions.

questions (15)   |   voters & ballots   |   trustees (1)


This election is complete.


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Question #1
I swear and affirm that I am the person for whom this ballot was intended, I am eligible to vote, and I am not voting under anyone else's direction.

Agree69
Question #2
Mayor (Questionnaire responses: https://www.atxfriends.org/austin-city-council-candidate-questionnaire/#mayor)

Steve Adler60
Gustavo (Gus) Peña1
Todd Phelps3
Alexander Strenger1
Alan Pease0
Laura Morrison1
Travis Duncan0
No Preference3
Question #3
District 1 (Questionnaire responses: https://www.atxfriends.org/austin-city-council-candidate-questionnaire/#district-1)

Mitrah Elizabeth Avini0
Natasha Harper-Madison39
Lewis Conway Jr.4
Reedy Macque Spigner III0
Mariana Salazar8
Vincent Harding1
No Preference17
Question #4
District 3 (Questionnaire responses: https://www.atxfriends.org/austin-city-council-candidate-questionnaire/#district-3)

Justin Jacobson0
Susana Almanza1
Sabino "Pio" Renteria53
Amit Motwani2
Jessica Cohen0
James Valadez0
No Preference13
Question #5
District 5 (Questionnaire responses: https://www.atxfriends.org/austin-city-council-candidate-questionnaire/#district-5)

Ann Kitchen26
No Preference43
Question #6
District 8 (Questionnaire responses: https://www.atxfriends.org/austin-city-council-candidate-questionnaire/#district-8)

Bobby Levinski1
Frank Ward2
Paige Ellis5
Rich DePalma38
No Preference23
Question #7
District 9 (Questionnaire responses: https://www.atxfriends.org/austin-city-council-candidate-questionnaire/#district-9)

Kathryne "Kathie" Tovo2
Danielle Skidmore60
Isiah Jones0
Linda O'neal1
No Preference6
Question #8
Proposition A: Should Austin issue $250 million in bonds to provide funding for the creation, rehabilitation, and retention of affordable rental and ownership housing? (Details at http://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Finance/CFO/2018-Bond/Prop_A_Affordable_Housing.pdf, and discussion at https://forum.atxfriends.org/t/lets-officially-endorse-prop-a/3004)

Support52
Oppose13
Abstain4
Question #9
Proposition B: Should Austin issue $128 million in bonds for libraries, museums, and cultural arts facilities? (Details at https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Finance/CFO/2018-Bond/Prop_B_Libraries__Museums___Cultural_Centers.pdf)

Support56
Oppose10
Abstain3
Question #10
Proposition C: Should Austin issue $149 million in bonds for parks and recreation, including parkland acquisition, aquatics, parkland improvements, building renovations, and supporting infrastructure? (Details at https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Finance/CFO/2018-Bond/Prop_C_Parks_and_Recreation.pdf)

Support59
Oppose9
Abstain1
Question #11
Proposition D: Should Austin issue $184 million in bonds for flood mitigation, open space, and water quality protection? (Details at https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Finance/CFO/2018-Bond/Prop_D_Flood_Mitigation_et_al.pdf)

Support61
Oppose6
Abstain2
Question #12
Proposition E: Should Austin issue $16 million in bonds for a neighborhood health services center in the Dove Springs area? (Details at https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Finance/CFO/2018-Bond/Prop_E_Health_and_Human_Services.pdf)

Support52
Oppose11
Abstain6
Question #13
Proposition F: Should Austin issue $38 million in bonds for renovations to EMS and Fire stations? (Details at https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Finance/CFO/2018-Bond/Prop_F_Public_Safety.pdf)

Support49
Oppose10
Abstain10
Question #14
Proposition G: Should Austin issue $160 million in bonds for transportation infrastructure? (Details at https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Finance/CFO/2018-Bond/Prop_G_Transportation_Infrastructure.pdf)

Support59
Oppose4
Abstain6
Question #15
Proposition J: Should Austin adopt an ordinance that requires both a waiting period and subsequent voter approval period, a total of up to three years, before future comprehensive revisions of the City's land development code become effective? (Details at http://www.austintexas.gov/edims/document.cfm?id=303945, and discussion at https://forum.atxfriends.org/t/position-on-proposition-j/3019)

Support3
Oppose66
Abstain0
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