mayoral primary election

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  • She won the D.C. mayoral primary election.
  • He placed second in the mayoral primary election on September 18, 2010.
  • Kuykendall won the mayoral primary election in September 2009 against incumbent mayor Jack Wilson.
  • However, he lost in the Democratic mayoral primary election in 2003 to John B. Callahan.
  • The mayoral primary election was held on September 18, 2010.
  • In the mayoral primary election that year, Riordan had endorsed his advisor and friend Steve Soboroff.
  • Soboroff entered the 2001 mayoral primary election, and received Riordan's endorsement.
  • While barely thirty, Culbertson unseated Mayor David William Thomas, who finished third in the 1940 Democratic mayoral primary election.
  • Melton entered the race for Mayor of Macon, but was defeated in the Democratic mayoral primary election by C. Jack Ellis.
  • In 2009, Smithgall, who was not a candidate for mayor at the time, received 227 write-in votes by in the mayoral primary election by supporters of the former mayor.
  • On August 12, 2012, Carlisle came in third out of three candidates in the non-partisan Honolulu mayoral primary election, thus eliminating him from the race.
  • At the time of the non-partisan February 26, 1991 mayoral primary election, the Chicago Tribune described Joliet as suffering from a stagnant economy and sagging population.
  • He defeated racial moderate Adrian G. Duplantier, who had Morrison's support, and several other opponents in the mayoral primary election of 1962 by stressing his segregationist credentials and tying his opponents to civil rights causes.
  • In the mayoral primary election on June 11, 2013, in which the city used a new non-partisan election system for the first time, Taylor finished first with 42.1% of the vote, ahead of her successor (and the current incumbent), Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr., who had 34.2%.
  • Arguably, the WTO meeting and the Mardi Gras violence played a role in Schell's loss to Greg Nickels, also a Democrat, in the 2001 mayoral primary election, as did Boeing's move of its headquarters to Chicago.
  • In the mayoral primary election on June 11, 2013, in which the city used a new non-partisan election system for the first time, Bartlett finished second, with 34.2%, behind Taylor's 42.1% but ahead of Christiansen's 23.1%.