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2006 Newark mayoral election

The 2006 election for Mayor of Newark took place in Newark, the most populous city in the state of New Jersey, on May 9, 2006. Newark is organized under the Faulkner Act. Elections for all seats on the nine member Municipal Council of Newark were ...

                                               

2010 Newark mayoral election

The 2010 election for Mayor of Newark took place in Newark, the most populous city in the state of New Jersey, on May 11, 2010. Elections for all seats on the nine member Municipal Council of Newark were held the same day. A runoff election, if n ...

                                               

2014 Newark mayoral election

The 2014 Newark mayoral election took place in Newark, the most populous city in New Jersey, on May 13, 2014. The race was characterized as a contest between two candidates, Ras Baraka and Shavar Jeffries, both from Newarks South Ward. Elections ...

                                               

2018 Newark mayoral election

The 2018 election for Mayor of Newark took place in Newark, the most populous city in New Jersey, USA, on May 8, 2018. Elections for all seats on the nine member Municipal Council of Newark was held the same day. A runoff election, if necessary, ...

                                               

1998 Oakland mayoral election

The 1998 Oakland mayoral election was held on June 2, 1998 to elect the mayor of Oakland, California. It saw the election of Jerry Brown, the former Governor of California, as mayor. Brown won an outright majority in the first round of the electi ...

                                               

2002 Oakland mayoral election

The 2002 Oakland mayoral election was held on March 5, 2002 to elect the mayor of Oakland, California. It saw the reelection of incumbent mayor Jerry Brown. Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan.

                                               

2006 Oakland mayoral election

The 2006 Oakland mayoral election was held on June 7, 2006 to elect the mayor of Oakland, California. It saw the election of Ron Dellums. Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan. A 50% margin of the vote needed to be obtaine ...

                                               

2010 Oakland mayoral election

The 2010 Oakland mayoral election was held on November 2, 2010 to elect the mayor of Oakland, California. It saw the election of Jean Quan. The election was held using instant-runoff voting. It was the first Oakland election run using this system ...

                                               

2014 Oakland mayoral election

The 2014 Oakland mayoral election was held on November 4, 2014 to elect the mayor of Oakland, California. It saw the election of Libby Schaaf, who unseated incumbent mayor Jean Quan. This was the first time since 1990 that an incumbent mayor of O ...

                                               

2018 Oakland mayoral election

The 2018 Oakland mayoral election was held on November 6, 2018 to elect the mayor of Oakland, California. It saw the reelection of Libby Schaaf. The election was held using instant-runoff voting, however, Schaaf won in the first round. Municipal ...

                                               

Acorn, Oakland, California

Acorn or Acorn Projects are a series of housing projects in the Acorn Redevelopment Project Area or the Acorn neighborhood of West Oakland. Acorn, also known as "The Corns" or the "Cornfields", neighbors a wide variety of public housing. It is bo ...

                                               

Campbell Village Court, Oakland, California

The Campbell Village Court housing projects are a series of complexes located in the Campbell Village part of the Lower Bottoms area of West Oakland California. Campbell Village Court is bound by Willow Street to the west, Campbell Street to the ...

                                               

Cypress Village, Oakland, California

The Cypress Village housing projects are a series of housing complexes stretching from 10th Street to 14th Street and Kirkham Way. Cypress is located in between the Acorn neighborhood and Lower Bottoms neighborhood in West Oakland. Cypress Villag ...

                                               

Lockwood Gardens, Oakland, California

Lockwood Gardens, is a neighborhood and housing project located in East Oakland, California, on 65th and International Boulevard. The neighborhood lies at an elevation of 25 feet and is located less than a mile from the Oakland Coliseum. Lockwood ...

                                               

1997 Omaha mayoral election

                                               

2001 Omaha mayoral election

                                               

2005 Omaha mayoral election

                                               

2009 Omaha mayoral election

The 2009 Omaha mayoral election was held on May 12, 2009. Incumbent mayor Mike Fahey declined to seek a third term. The election was won by city councilman Jim Suttle, who defeated former mayor Hal Daub by a two percent margin.

                                               

2013 Omaha mayoral election

The 2013 Omaha mayoral election took place on May 14, 2013. Incumbent Mayor Jim Suttle sought a second term in office. The position of mayor in Omaha is officially a non-partisan position. A blanket primary was held on April 2, 2013. The top two ...

                                               

2017 Omaha mayoral election

The 2017 Omaha mayoral election was held on May 9, 2017. Incumbent Mayor Jean Stothert won re-election to a second term in office. The position of mayor in Omaha is officially a non-partisan position. A blanket primary was held on April 4, 2017. ...

                                               

Columbian School (Omaha, Nebraska)

The original Columbian Elementary School is a former public elementary school located at 3819 Jones Street in Omaha, Nebraska. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Columbian School in 1990. It was declared an Omaha Landmar ...

                                               

King Science and Technology Magnet Center

King Science and Technology Magnet Center is a district-wide magnet school middle school of the Omaha Public Schools system in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. The school was constructed in 1969 and opened in 1973 in predominantly black North Omah ...

                                               

KIOS-FM

KIOS-FM is a National Public Radio member station in Omaha, Nebraska, United States, owned and operated by Omaha Public Schools. The station signed in on September 1969 as the first educational radio station in Nebraska. It is a charter member of ...

                                               

Benson Park

Benson Park is located at 7028 Military Avenue in the Benson neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska. The 217-acre park includes a lake and pavilion, as well as a scenic picnic area.

                                               

Brown Park

Brown Park is located at 5708 South 15th Street in the Brown Park neighborhood of South Omaha, Nebraska. The baseball field at the park is more than 100 years old, and hosted games played by Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and others.

                                               

Cancer Survivors Park

Cancer Survivors Park refers to a series of parks funded by the Bloch Foundation throughout the United States and Canada. There are parks in the following cities: Indianapolis, Indiana Memphis, Tennessee Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Cleveland, Ohio Ta ...

                                               

City Sprouts

City Sprouts is a community garden, urban farm, and educational resource center in the Orchard Hill neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska. Founded in 1995, City Sprouts is the oldest community garden in the city. The organization is registered as a 501 ...

                                               

Dodge Park

N.P. Dodge Memorial Park, or simply Dodge Park, is a recreational area located at 11001 John J. Pershing Drive in North Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Located on the Missouri River, the park provides fishing, water skiing, and boating, as well a ...

                                               

Florence Park

The Florence Park is a city-owned public park in the Florence neighborhood of North Omaha, Nebraska. Located at North 30th and State Streets, it is the oldest park and the oldest original town square in Nebraska, having been created by the origin ...

                                               

Freedom Park (Omaha, Nebraska)

Freedom Park is an outdoor park and museum at the Greater Omaha Marina on the bank of the Missouri River at 2497 Freedom Park Road in the East Omaha section of Omaha, Nebraska. It displays numerous military aircraft and artillery pieces along wit ...

                                               

Gene Leahy Mall

Gene Leahy Mall, also known locally as Central Park or The Mall, is a 9.6-acre park located at 1302 Farnam on the Mall in Downtown Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A., and bordered by South 10th Street. The Mall is encircled by a long pathway that wraps arou ...

                                               

Gibson Bend

Gibson Bend of the Missouri River is a meander located in Pottawattamie County, Iowa and Douglas County, Nebraska, located at 41°11′15″N 95°55′15″W. The Gibson neighborhood is a community area in Omaha, Nebraska abutting the Gibson Bend.

                                               

Heartland of America Park

Heartland of America Park is a public park located at 800 Douglas Street in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, USA. The 31-acre park is situated between Interstate 80 and the Missouri River, and is adjacent to Gene Leahy Mall and the Old Market and connec ...

                                               

Hitchcock Park

Hitchcock Park is a public park located at 4220 "Q" Street in South Omaha, Nebraska. The park is regarded as a "popular South Omaha spot," along with the Henry Doorly Zoo and Rosenblatt Stadium. Due to a settlement between the U.S. Government and ...

                                               

Jefferson Square (Omaha)

Jefferson Square was the last of three original public parks extant in Omaha, Nebraska. Bounded by North 15th, 16th, Chicago and Cass Streets, the park was dedicated November 25, 1865. It was razed by the city March 18, 1969 to make way for the c ...

                                               

Kenefick Park

Kenefick Park is located at 100 Bancroft Street in South Omaha, Nebraska, next to the Lauritzen Gardens, Omahas botanical gardens. Kenefick Park features "two of the greatest locomotives ever to power Union Pacific Railroad": EMD DDA40X #6900, an ...

                                               

Lauritzen Gardens

Lauritzen Gardens are a botanical gardens and arboretum located at 100 Bancroft Street in the South Omaha neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska. The gardens are open daily during business hours; an admission fee is charged.

                                               

Memorial Park (Omaha)

Memorial Park is a park located at 6005 Underwood Avenue near the Dundee neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska. The park was created as a memorial for all of the men and women from Douglas County who have served in the armed forces.

                                               

Metcalfe Park

                                               

Miller Park (North Omaha)

Miller Park is located at 2707 Redick Avenue in North Omaha, Nebraska. Bounded by Redick and Kansas Avenues on the north and south and 24th and 30th Streets on the east and west, respectively, the park was added to the city of Omaha in 1891.

                                               

Pipal Park

Pipal Park is a popular, barrier-free playground in Omaha. The 15-acre 6.1 ha park has a bridge, slides, swings, covered and uncovered picnic areas, a water feature and many art sculptures. The Pipal Park Community Center is located just south of ...

                                               

Pulaski Park (Omaha)

General Casimir Pulaski 1745-1779. "An officer famous throughout Europe for his bravery and conduct in defense of the liberties of his country against. great invading powers.

                                               

Rambleridge Park

Rambleridge Park was developed in the late 1970s at 11424 Fort Street in Omaha, Nebraska. The park includes a lagoon, walking trails, soccer fields and a large green space for miscellaneous activities. A small playground is located farther in the ...

                                               

Standing Bear Lake

Standing Bear Lake, also known as Dam Site 16, is a park located at 6404 North 132nd street in West Omaha, Nebraska. The park has a 135-acre 55 ha lake with boating in the summertime, and ice skating in the winter. The park and recreation area co ...

                                               

Upland Park

Upland Park is a public park located at 3014 Jefferson Street in South Omaha, Nebraska. The park and surrounding neighborhood were opened in 1913. Upland Park has two tennis courts, two soccer fields, walking paths, and a small playground at the ...

                                               

Zorinsky Lake Park

Zorinsky Lake Park is a park located at 156th and F streets in West Omaha, Nebraska. Named after Senator Edward Zorinsky of Omaha, the park has a 255-acre lake offering boating and fishing. The park is surrounded by 770 acres of public land, incl ...

                                               

Transportation in Omaha

Transportation in Omaha, Nebraska, includes most major modes, such as pedestrian, bicycle, automobile, bus, train and airplane. While early transportation consisted of ferries, stagecoaches, steamboats, street railroads, and railroads, the citys ...

                                               

U.S. Route 75

U.S. Route 75 is a major north–south U.S. Highway that extends 1.239 miles in the central United States. The highways northern terminus is in Noyes, Minnesota, at the Canada–US border, where it once continued as Manitoba Highway 75 on the other s ...

                                               

Abbott Drive

Abbott Drive is a roadway mostly in Omaha, Nebraska, United States, but passes briefly through Carter Lake, Iowa. It is the easternmost link in Omahas Park and Boulevard System that connects the eastern edge of Creighton University and North Down ...

                                               

Eppley Airfield

Eppley Airfield is an airport three miles northeast of downtown Omaha, in Douglas County, Nebraska, United States. It is the largest airport in Nebraska, serving ten times more passengers than all other Nebraska airports combined. It is owned and ...

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