Elections and Voting

Unofficial results will be posted beginning at approximately 8 p.m. on Election night and will continue throughout the night and several days following the election until all ballots are tabulated.

Election night results are considered “unofficial” until all ballots are counted. It may take several days to verify provisional ballots and complete the count of early ballots.

Results will be posted with the Maricopa County Elections Department


The City of Chandler holds candidate elections in even-numbered years. Each election year, three positions for City Council are up for election. Every four years an election is held for the office of Mayor. The term of the office of Mayor and Councilmember is four years and is limited to two consecutive terms.  Special elections are called when necessary and held on one of the four election consolidation dates. 

 

Aug. 4, 2020 Primary Election Results


Based on the final election results from the Maricopa County Election Department, three candidates were elected to serve on the Chandler City Council:

  • Christine Ellis, 26,171 votes, 19.09 percent
  • OD Harris, 23,227 votes, 16.94 percent
  • Mark Stewart (incumbent), 23,794 votes, 17.36 percent

The election results also are posted with the Maricopa County Elections Department.

The results are now official as they have been approved by the County Board of Supervisors and the Chandler City Council.

The elected Councilmembers will take office after an installation ceremony held on Jan. 14, 2021.


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