Election Results

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Travis: Austin Propositions 1-11

Austin Prop. 1: Move general election from May to November

Won Option Votes%
For193,14376
Against59,45824
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 2: Provide for 4-year staggered terms for Mayor and Council and limit them to 2 terms

Won Option Votes%
For188,14876
Against60,68824
Precincts Reporting - 237 of 237

Austin Prop. 3: Provide for 10 district-based council members and at-large mayor

Won Option Votes%
For145,91060
Against96,68340
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 4: Provide for 8 district-based council members and 3 at-large

Won Option Votes%
For121,33651
Against116,19649
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 5: Allow council to hire their own staffs

Won Option Votes%
For134,87556
Against105,51844
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 6: Allow council to appoint city attorney

Won Option Votes%
For117,39249
Against120,40251
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 7: Reduce number of signatures needed for citizen-initiated ordinance or referendum

Won Option Votes%
For131,17655
Against109,27445
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 8: Allow council members to raise political funds for 30 days after election

Won Option Votes%
For75,51231
Against166,47569
Precincts Reporting - 237 of 237

Austin Prop. 9: Allow council to lease parkland to an ISD

Won Option Votes%
For156,70365
Against84,64835
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 10: Provide civil service system for city employees

Won Option Votes%
For136,31158
Against99,57142
Precincts Reporting - 217 of 237

Austin Prop. 11: Adopt civil service system for EMS

Won Option Votes%
For154,80370
Against66,86330
Precincts Reporting - 212 of 226