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1911 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1911 Democrat Carter Harrison Jr. was elected to his fifth non-consecutive term as mayor, tying the then-record set by his father Carter Harrison Sr. for the most Chicago mayoral election victories. Harrison def ...

                                               

1915 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1915 Republican William H. Thompson defeated Democrat Robert Sweitzer. Five-term incumbent Democrat Carter Harrison Jr. had been defeated in the Democratic primary by Sweitzer. This was the first mayoral electio ...

                                               

1919 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1919 Republican William H. Thompson won reelection, winning a four way race against Democrat Robert Sweitzer, independent candidate Maclay Hoyne, and Cook County Labor Party candidate John Fitzpatrick. Sweitzer ...

                                               

1923 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1923 Democrat William E. Dever defeated Republican Arthur C. Lueder and Socialist William A. Cunnea. Elections were held on April 3, the same day as aldermanic runoffs.

                                               

1927 Chicago mayoral election

The 1927 Chicago mayoral election was held on April 5. Democratic incumbent William Emmett Dever was defeated by Republican candidate William Hale Thompson, who had served as mayor from 1915 to 1923. Former health commissioner John Dill Robertson ...

                                               

1931 Chicago mayoral election

The 1931 Chicago mayoral election was held to elect the Mayor of Chicago. Former Cook County Board of Commissioners President Anton Cermak defeated incumbent mayor William Hale Thompson by a 17-point margin of victory.

                                               

1935 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1935 incumbent Edward J. Kelly defeated Republican Emil C. Wetten and independent candidate Newton Jenkins by a landslide 60% margin of victory

                                               

1939 Chicago mayoral election

Republican Arthur P. Reilly ran as an independent.

                                               

1943 Chicago mayoral election

George McKibbin won the Republican nomination by a landslide margin.

                                               

1947 Chicago mayoral election

Half the number of voters who participated in the Democratic primary participated in the Republican primary.

                                               

1951 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1951 Democrat Martin H. Kennelly was reelected, defeating Republican Robert L. Hunter by a double-digit margin. The election was held on April 3.

                                               

1955 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1955 Richard J. Daley was elected to his first term as mayor by a ten point margin. This was the narrowest margin of victory of any of Daleys mayoral races.

                                               

1959 Chicago mayoral election

Sheehan, a former Republican congressman, faced no serious competition in the Republican primary. Sheehan had recently lost reelection to Congress in 1958. Sheehan was a conservative Republican.

                                               

1963 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1963 Richard J. Daley was elected to a third term as mayor, defeating Republican Ben Adamowski by a double-digit margin.

                                               

1967 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1967 Richard J. Daley was elected to a fourth term as mayor. His main opponent was Republican nominee John L. Waner, who he defeated by a landslide 48% margin.

                                               

1971 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1971 Richard J. Daley was elected to a fifth term as mayor, defeating Republican Richard Friedman by a landslide 40% margin. In winning his fifth mayoral election, Daley tied the record set by both Carter Harris ...

                                               

1975 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1975 Richard J. Daley was elected to a record sixth term as mayor by a landslide 59% margin. This was the first Chicago mayoral election since the ratification of the Twenty-sixth Amendment to the United States ...

                                               

1977 Chicago mayoral special election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1977, interim mayor Michael A. Bilandic was elected to complete the remainder of an unexpired mayoral term, defeating Republican Dennis H. Bloc by a landslide 56% margin.

                                               

1979 Chicago mayoral election

In the Chicago mayoral election of 1979 Democrat Jane Byrne defeated Republican Wallace Johnson by a landslide 66% margin of victory, winning more than 82% of the vote and becoming Chicagos first female mayor.

                                               

1983 Chicago mayoral election

The Chicago mayoral election of 1983 was first the primary on February 22, 1983 which was followed by the general on April 12, 1983. The election saw the election of Chicago, Illinois first African-American mayor, Harold Washington. Incumbent May ...

                                               

1987 Chicago mayoral election

The Chicago mayoral election of 1987 was first the primary election on February 24, 1987 followed by the general election on April 7, 1987. The election saw the re-election of Chicago, Illinois first African-American mayor, Harold Washington. Ed ...

                                               

1989 Chicago mayoral special election

The Chicago mayoral election of 1989 saw Democratic nominee Richard M. Daley win election to the remainder of an unexpired mayoral term with a 14% margin of victory. This marked a return for the Daley family to the office of mayor. Daley was elec ...

                                               

1991 Chicago mayoral election

The Chicago mayoral election of 1991 resulted in the re-election of incumbent Democrat Richard M. Daley to his first full-term. Daley had previously been elected to serve the remainder of Harold Washingtons unexpired term in a special election he ...

                                               

1995 Chicago mayoral election

The Chicago mayoral election of 1995 resulted in the re-election of Democratic Party nominee incumbent Richard M. Daley over independent candidate Roland Burris, with 359.466 votes to Burriss 217.024. Daley won 60.1% of the total vote, winning by ...

                                               

1999 Chicago mayoral election

The Chicago mayoral election of 1999, which took place on February 23, 1999, resulted in the re-election of incumbent Richard M. Daley over Bobby Rush, with 428.872 votes to Rushs 167.709. Daley garnered a landslide 71.9% of the total vote, winni ...

                                               

2003 Chicago mayoral election

The Chicago mayoral election of 2003 saw incumbent Mayor Richard M. Daley easily reelected against small and divided opposition, resulting in his best electoral showing of his career, winning by a landslide 64 point margin. All of his opponents h ...

                                               

2007 Chicago mayoral election

The Chicago mayoral election of 2007 saw incumbent mayor Richard M. Daley win a landslide victory, garnering a 51-point margin of victory. Daley was opposed by Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy A. Brown and William "Dock" Walls.

                                               

2011 Chicago mayoral election

The city of Chicago, Illinois held a nonpartisan mayoral election on Tuesday, February 22, 2011. Incumbent Mayor Richard M. Daley, a member of the Democratic Party who had been in office since 1989, did not seek a seventh term as mayor. This was ...

                                               

2015 Chicago mayoral election

An election took place on February 24, 2015, to elect the mayor of Chicago. The election was non-partisan and no candidate received a majority. A runoff election was held between the top two finishers on April 7, 2015, and resulted in the reelect ...

                                               

2019 Chicago mayoral election

The 2019 Chicago mayoral election was the 2019 edition of the quadrennial elections held to determine the Mayor of the City of Chicago, Illinois. The election was held on February 26, 2019. Since no candidate received a majority of votes, a runof ...

                                               

2014 Chula Vista mayoral election

The 2014 Chula Vista mayoral election was held on November 4, 2014 to elect the mayor of Chula Vista, California. It saw the election of Mary Salas. Salas became the first Latina mayor in the citys history. Municipal elections in California are o ...

                                               

2018 Chula Vista mayoral election

The 2018 Chula Vista mayoral election was held on November 6, 2018 to elect the mayor of Chula Vista, California. It saw the reelection of Mary Salas. Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan.

                                               

Cincinnati City Council

The Cincinnati City Council is the lawmaking body of Cincinnati, Ohio. The nine-member city council is elected at-large in a single election in which each voter chooses nine candidates from the field. The nine top vote-getters win seats on the co ...

                                               

2001 Cincinnati mayoral election

The 2001 Cincinnati mayoral election took place on November 6, 2001, to elect the Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the primary election advancing to the general election, regardl ...

                                               

2005 Cincinnati mayoral election

The 2005 Cincinnati mayoral election took place on November 8, 2005, to elect the Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the September 13 primary advancing to the general election, reg ...

                                               

2009 Cincinnati mayoral election

The 2009 Cincinnati mayoral election took place on November 3, 2009, to elect the Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. Usually a nonpartisan primary is held where the top two candidates move on to the general election, however, incumbent mayor Mark Mallory ...

                                               

2013 Cincinnati mayoral election

The 2013 Cincinnati mayoral election took place on November 5, 2013, to elect the Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the September 10 primary advancing to the general election, reg ...

                                               

2017 Cincinnati mayoral election

The 2017 Cincinnati mayoral election took place on November 7, 2017, to elect the Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the May 2 primary election advancing to the general election, r ...

                                               

Cincinnati mayoral elections

The mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio, is elected directly in a nonpartisan election separate from the City Council election. Until 2001, the candidate who received the most votes in the City Council election would become mayor. Mayoral candidates in the ...

                                               

Leroy Bundy

Leroy Bundy served as a city councilman in Cleveland from 1929 to 1937. Before serving as city councilman, however, Bundy, an African American, was accused of leading a mob that sparked the East St. Louis riots of July 2, 1917. Bundy was the last ...

                                               

1901 Cleveland mayoral election

The 1901 Cleveland mayoral election saw the election of Tom L. Johnson by a very large margin. Johnson ran on a pro-municipal ownership and tax reform platform.

                                               

1977 Cleveland mayoral election

The 1977 Cleveland mayoral election took place on November 8, 1977, to elect the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. The election was won by Dennis Kucinich. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the October 4 primary ad ...

                                               

1978 Cleveland mayoral recall election

The 1978 Cleveland recall election determined whether or not the 53rd mayor of Cleveland, Dennis Kucinich, would be removed from office. It was the first mayoral recall election in the citys history.

                                               

1993 Cleveland mayoral election

The 1993 Cleveland mayoral election took place on November 2, 1993, to elect the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. It saw the reelection of Michael R. White to a second consecutive term. The election was officially nonpartisan. White faced only token opp ...

                                               

2001 Cleveland mayoral election

The 2001 Cleveland mayoral election took place on November 6, 2001, to elect the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the October 2 primary advancing to the general election, regardle ...

                                               

2005 Cleveland mayoral election

The 2005 Cleveland mayoral election took place on November 8, 2005, to elect the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the October 4 primary advancing to the general election, regardle ...

                                               

2009 Cleveland mayoral election

The 2009 Cleveland mayoral election took place on November 3, 2009, to elect the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the September 8 primary advancing to the general election, regard ...

                                               

2013 Cleveland mayoral election

The 2013 Cleveland mayoral election took place on November 5, 2013, to elect the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. Usually a nonpartisan primary is held where the top two candidates move on to the general election, however, incumbent mayor Frank G. Jacks ...

                                               

2017 Cleveland mayoral election

The 2017 Cleveland mayoral election took place on November 7, 2017, to elect the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the September 12 primary election advancing to the general electi ...

                                               

Mapp v. Ohio

Mapp v. Ohio, 367 U.S. 643, was a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in which the Court ruled that the exclusionary rule, which prevents prosecutors from using evidence in court that was obtained by violating the Fourth Amendment to the ...

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