Mike Duveneck led the opposition to Measure D and says the vote sends a clear message:
Duveneck: "We want outside influences to stop putting money into this area and let the people in the residences and businesses that live and work in this area make the decisions on their own behalf."
Voters also picked potential city council members, in case Measure D won. Mary Ose finished first out of more than 20 candidates. She says cityhood supporters will keep fighting.
Ose: "If it doesn't work out this time, we'll be right out there again trying to get it done next time."