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1903 Boston mayoral election

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Boston mayoral election, 1903

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Candidate Patrick Collins George N. Swallow George W. Galvin
Party Democratic Republican Socialist
Popular vote 48,745 22,369 5,205
Percentage 63.0% 28.9% 6.7%

Mayor before election

Patrick Collins
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Patrick Collins
Democratic

The Boston mayoral election of 1903 occurred on Tuesday, December 15, 1903. Democratic candidate and incumbent Mayor of Boston Patrick Collins defeated Republican candidate George N. Swallow, and two other contenders, to win a second term.

Under legislation adopted in June 1903,[1] this was the first Boston municipal election with "caucuses, henceforth to be called primaries",[2] which were held on Thursday, November 19, 1903.

Inaugural exercises were held on Monday, January 4, 1904.[3]

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Contents

Results

Democratic primary

Candidates Primary Election[5]
Votes %
Patrick Collins (incumbent) 30,729 73.4%
Frederick S. Gore 11,129 26.6%
all others 5 0.0%

Republican primary

  • E. Peabody Gerry, physician, age 56, former Boston Alderman (1900)
  • Michael J. Murray, lawyer, age 36
  • George N. Swallow, grocer, age 49

Source: [6]

Candidates Primary Election[7]
Votes %
George N. Swallow 6,383 52.3%
Michael J. Murray 3,294 27.0%
E. Peabody Gerry 2,530 20.7%

Other candidates

Galvin received all 423 votes cast in his party's primary election for mayor.[10]

General election

Candidates[11] General Election[12]
Votes %
D Patrick Collins (incumbent) 48,745 63.0%
R George N. Swallow 22,369 28.9%
S George W. Galvin 5,205 6.7%
SLP William H. Carroll 1,018 1.3%
all others 14 0.0%

See also

References

  1. ^ "Governor Signs the Luce Primary Election Law". The Boston Post. June 24, 1903. p. 6. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
  2. ^ "CAUCUS LAW". The Boston Globe. July 30, 1903. p. 12. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  3. ^ "MAYOR COLLINS' INAUGURAL". The Boston Globe. January 5, 1904. p. 10. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  4. ^ "FRED GORE FOR MAYOR". The Boston Globe. October 20, 1903. p. 1. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  5. ^ "Annual Report of the Board of Election Commissioners". City of Boston. 1903. p. 119. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via archive.org.
  6. ^ "The Five Mayoralty Candidates by Comparison". The Boston Post. November 15, 1903. p. 29. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
  7. ^ "Annual Report of the Board of Election Commissioners". City of Boston. 1903. p. 148. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via archive.org.
  8. ^ "Socialist Labor Party Denounces the Socialists". The Boston Post. November 30, 1903. p. 8. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
  9. ^ "Socialist City Campaign to Open Tomorrow". The Boston Post. November 12, 1903. p. 8. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
  10. ^ "Annual Report of the Board of Election Commissioners". City of Boston. 1903. p. 168. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via archive.org.
  11. ^ "The Ticket for Today's Election". The Boston Post. December 15, 1903. p. 9. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
  12. ^ "Annual Report of the Board of Election Commissioners". City of Boston. 1903. p. 192. Retrieved March 18, 2018 – via archive.org.

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