Only five council votes are needed to change how all or part of the $777 million MAPS 3 money is to be spent.
Doug Loudenback has taken a couple of audio clips provided by Gwin Faulkner-Lippert and trimmed the interviews down to parts pertaining to MAPS 3. Notice neither candidate commits to following the intent of the resolution passed by the council leading up to the MAPS 3 ballot (which is their right).
I would be curious to see whether only 54 percent of Ward 8 voters cast a yes vote on the MAPS 3 ballot. Typically this ward has had a higher amount of support for such ballots.