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1961 Los Angeles mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Los Angeles mayoral election, 1961

← 1957 April 4, 1961 (1961-04-04) and May 31, 1961 (1961-05-31) 1965 →
 
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Candidate Sam Yorty Norris Poulson Patrick D. McGee
Party Democratic Republican Republican
First round vote 122,478 179,273 115,635
First round percentage 27.10% 39.67% 25.59%
Runoff vote 275,249 259,760
Runoff percentage 51.45% 48.55%

Mayor before election

Norris Poulson
Republican

Elected Mayor

Sam Yorty
Democratic

The 1961 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 4, 1961, with a run-off election on May 31, 1961. Incumbent Norris Poulson was defeated by Sam Yorty.

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My name is Norman Rice and I’m President and CEO of the Seattle Foundation. I used to be the Mayor of Seattle ah, for two terms, eight years. Both jobs, being President and CEO of the Foundation and being a Mayor, are very similar. They’re all about helping people to find sustainable paths to excellence and opportunity and I love doing it. I grew up in Denver, Colorado, born and raised. I went to Emmanuel High School, I graduated in 1961. I’m old dude, ha ha. I flunked out of college and I stayed out of school for five years. While I was out of school I always was working and I could see, what I called the barriers to opportunities without that degree. So I began to say, wait a minute, I need to get my act together because I won’t move up that ladder if I don’t have some training or additional education. I began to read more, I began, I began to get involved. But I think that the defining moment in my life, was, I was in a play, called “Raisin in the Sun” and it was, being performed right at the time, Martin Luther King was assassinated. And I always remembered that there’s a line in the play that said, “Seems like a black man has nothing but dreams, nothing but dreams” and I decided that night, in that play, I wasn’t going to dream anymore. I was going to do something. And I think that’s really, the defining moment that I said, I’m going back to school and I don’t care what it takes, I’m going back. So I packed up all my belongings and put in a VW and came to Washington State and went to Highline Community College and then transferred to the U and in twenty years I was Mayor.

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Results

Primary election

Los Angeles mayoral primary election, April 4, 1961[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Norris Poulson (incumbent) 179,273 39.67% -21.13%
Democratic Sam Yorty 122,478 27.10%
Republican Patrick D. McGee 115,635 25.59%
Democratic Robert C. Ronstadt 11,340 2.51%
Independent Howard M. Kessler 7,558 1.67%
Independent William Carpenter 7,267 1.61% -0.07%
Independent M. Garet Miller 4,640 1.03%
Socialist Workers Oscar G. Coover 2,141 0.47%
Democratic Wallace J. Lauria 1,598 0.35%
Total votes 451,930 100.00

General election

Los Angeles mayoral general election, May 31, 1961[2][3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Sam Yorty 275,249 51.45%
Republican Norris Poulson (incumbent) 259,760 48.55%
Total votes 535,009 100.00
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

References and footnotes

  1. ^ "Los Angeles Mayor - Primary". Our Campaigns.
  2. ^ a b Officially all candidates are non-partisan.
  3. ^ "Los Angeles Mayor". Our Campaigns.

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