Phoenix voters reject measures to block light rail projects, limit budget growth

By Laura Gómez | Arizona Mirror

Phoenix voters voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to allow light rail expansion projects to continue, including one in South Phoenix that has residents concerned about how it will change their neighborhoods. 

Proposition 105 was one of the two ballot measures Phoenix voters decided on in Tuesday’s special election. The measure would have stopped all funding for new light rail and other fixed-rail transit projects in Phoenix. 

While the ballot measure stemmed from outrage by business owners and residents in South Phoenix, it was shaped by conservative operatives, as revealed by the Phoenix New Times

The latest results from City of Phoenix Special Election.

Prop 105: YES 64,666 votes 37.59%

Prop 105: NO 107,370 votes 62.41%

Prop 106: YES 56,213 votes 33.77%

Prop 106: NO 110,267 votes 66.23%

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