Mesa mayor declares win for $157M bond and Councilmember Duff

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Early results show Mesa voters comfortably approving a $157 million bond request for public safety and three ballot questions on how the city operates. 

Mesa Mayor John Giles claimed victory for all ballot measures in a tweet Wednesday. He thanked voters for approving “investments in public safety and essential services.”

Giles also congratulated incumbent Councilmember Jenn Duff to a second term.

Duff was maintaining her lead over challenger Trista Guzman Glover to represent District 4, after all mail in and same-day ballots were counted.  

District 4 covers central and downtown Mesa. 

Duff told The Arizona Republic she’s confident the results will hold. She said she’ll be thrilled to continue her work into a second term. 

Duff said she’ll continue “the work to…

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