mayoral run

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  • Other than his mayoral run, his life was little known.
  • He served two terms in that position before making his first mayoral run in 1908.
  • After his mayoral run, he obtained a position as judge on the recorder's court.
  • Despite their amicable relationship with the mayor, their terms on council were widely viewed as spent establishing themselves for a mayoral run.
  • After a two-year break, he returned to council in 1987 and served until his first mayoral run in 2003.
  • Thompson denied he was thinking of a mayoral run.
  • She opted against another mayoral run in her own right after recognizing that given her massive unpopularity among anglophones it was impossible for her to become mayor.
  • Hancock was first elected as Ward Three city councillor in 1988, and re-elected continuously until his mayoral run.
  • Layton was unsuccessful in his mayoral run losing to June Rowlands.
  • Jacoby is a pillar in the community and is considering a mayoral run.
  • On July 18, 2014, Davis announced that he would launch an exploratory campaign for a mayoral run.
  • He received 52% of the primary vote as a write-in candidate, then 55% of the vote in the mayoral run-off in November 2013.
  • Despite his earlier statements to the contrary, observers of Barry's council victory expressed beliefs that he was laying ground for a mayoral run in 1994.
  • Duggan received 52% of the primary vote as a write-in candidate, then 55% of the vote in the mayoral run-off in November 2013.
  • Nonetheless, a perceived lack of diversity caused member Michael Bloomberg to resign in 2001, in anticipation of his initial mayoral run.
  • When he finished fourth in the mayoral run-off race on August 2, he stated he had no intention of endorsing either Bob Clement or Karl Dean in the mayoral run-off election.
  • In 1991, Johnson was the campaign manager for Greg Lashutka's successful mayoral run in Columbus and became his chief of staff when Lashutka was sworn in.
  • DFL City Council member Gary Schiff from Minneapolis' ninth ward was also mulling a mayoral run in mid-December when he filed paperwork to form a committee that could support his potential candidacy.
  • Records showed that nearly 25 percent of those "secret slush" funds went to organizations in Quinn's district, and that two of the biggest recipients of the funds had contributed to Quinn's 2009 mayoral run.
  • During his mayoral run, he constructed and opened the Apollo Theatre, opened a public hospital, began the construction of wave braker at the Port of Patras, localized the opening of Georgiou I Square and ran the gaslight factory 1 km south-southwest of downtown.