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1973 St. Louis mayoral election

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1973 St. Louis mayoral election
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← 1969 April 3, 1973 1977 →
Turnout21.63%
 
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Candidate John Poelker Joseph Badaracco
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 76,601 57,962
Percentage 56.93% 43.07%

Mayor before election

Alfonso Cervantes

Elected Mayor

John Poelker

The 1973 St. Louis mayoral election was held on April 3, 1973[1] to elect the mayor of St. Louis, Missouri. It saw the election of John Poelker and the defeat of incumbent mayor Alfonso Cervantes in the Democratic primary.

The election was preceded by party primaries on March 6.[2]

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Democratic primary

Democratic primary results[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Poelker 48,941 46.33
Democratic Alfonso Cervantes (incumbent) 43,340 41.02
Democratic James F. Conway 13,367 12.65
Turnout 105,648 16.98

General election

General election result[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Poelker 76,601 56.93
Republican Joseph Badaracco 57,962 43.07
Turnout 134,563 21.63

References

  1. ^ a b "St. Louis Mayor". Our Campaigns. Retrieved December 20, 2020.
  2. ^ a b "St. Louis Mayor - D Primary". Our Campaigns. Retrieved December 20, 2020.


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