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  • He served two terms in that position before making his first mayoral run in 1908.
  • His first mayoral term was two years in length, and he was subsequently reelected to three four-year terms.
  • He was subsequently elected in the first mayoral election.
  • It was the first mayoral recall election in the city's history.
  • He would tout those eight years of municipal experience when he launched his first mayoral campaign in 1970.
  • He came in fourth in the first mayoral election for amalgamated Hamilton.
  • Miller reassembled his first mayoral campaign team for his 2006 re-election bid.
  • The first mayoral election was held in May of that year; town doctor Joseph Bulen was elected.
  • After a two-year break, he returned to council in 1987 and served until his first mayoral run in 2003.
  • During his first mayoral campaign, O'Malley focused on a message of reducing crime.
  • In 2006 first mayoral elections were held in the history of the Republic of Georgia.
  • The first mayoral election took place in May 2012.
  • In 1848, Five Points served as the location of Atlanta's first mayoral election.
  • One example of such an event would be his Mayor's Curry Night, which was his first mayoral charity event to take place.
  • It was the first mayoral election in San Francisco that a Green Party candidate took a noticeable amount of the vote.
  • He was sworn into his first mayoral term of office on January 1, 2010.
  • He was recently re-elected to the Steering Committee and organized the season's first Mayoral candidates' forum.
  • Richard Bergeron was the party's first mayoral candidate.
  • This was the first mayoral election in the city's history to use instant-runoff voting, popularly known as ranked choice voting.
  • In 2006 it held its first mayoral election using IRV.
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