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1933 Los Angeles mayoral election

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1933 Los Angeles mayoral election

← 1929 May 2, 1933 (1933-05-02) and June 6, 1933 (1933-06-06) 1937 →
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Candidate Frank L. Shaw[1] John Clinton Porter George E. Cryer
Party Republican Democratic Republican
First round vote 118,775 111,540 36,193%
First round percentage 35.90% 33.71% 10.94%
Runoff vote 187,868 155,784
Runoff percentage 54.67% 45.33%

Mayor before election

John Clinton Porter

Elected Mayor

Frank L. Shaw

The 1933 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on May 2, 1933, with a run-off election on June 6, 1933. Incumbent John Clinton Porter was defeated by Frank L. Shaw.


Primary election

Los Angeles mayoral primary election, May 2, 1933[2][3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Frank L. Shaw 118,775 35.90%
Democratic John Clinton Porter (incumbent) 111,540 33.71%
Republican George E. Cryer 36,193 10.94%
Independent Charles W. Dempster 35,285 10.67%
Independent Charles S. Hutson 10,639 3.22%
Independent Frank C. Shoemaker 5,539 1.67%
Socialist Chaim Shapiro 4,702 1.42%
Independent Martin C. Neuner 3,511 1.06%
Democratic George H. McLain 2,354 0.71%
Communist Lawrence Ross 2,311 0.70%
Total votes 330,849 100.00

General election

Los Angeles mayoral general election, June 6, 1933[3][4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Frank L. Shaw 187,868 54.67%
Democratic John Clinton Porter (incumbent) 155,784 45.33%
Total votes 343,652 100.00
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

References and footnotes

  1. ^ Jacqueline R., Braitman; Gerald F., Uelmen (November 27, 2012). Justice Stanley Mosk: A Life at the Center of California Politics and Justice. McFarland. p. 288.
  2. ^ "Los Angeles Mayor - Primary". Our Campaigns.
  3. ^ a b Officially all candidates are non-partisan.
  4. ^ "Los Angeles Mayor". Our Campaigns.

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