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1975 Columbus, Ohio mayoral election

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Columbus, Ohio mayoral election, 1975
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Candidate John Rosemond Tom Moody
Party Democratic Republican

Mayor before election

Tom Moody

Elected Mayor

Tom Moody

The Columbus mayoral election of 1975 was the 75th mayoral election in Columbus, Ohio. It was held on Tuesday, November 4, 1975. Democratic party nominee John Rosemond was defeated by incumbent Republican mayor Tom Moody.

Further reading

  • Bradshaw, James (November 5, 1969). "Columbus City Councilman-Elect Dr John H Rosemond, 3300 E Livingston Ave, Is Profiled". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1B.
  • Cain, David (January 7, 1975). "Columbus Mayor Tom Moody and Council President M D Portman Both Declare They Are Entering the 1975 Mayor's Race". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1B.
  • Cain, David (October 24, 1975). "Mayor Tom Moody Has Spent $58,337 So Far On His Campaign For Re-election; John Rosemond Has Spent $14,467 On His Bid For the Mayor's Office". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1C.
  • Cain, David (June 4, 1975). "Record Number Of Candidates In Cols Mayoral Primary Paves Way For City's First Black Candidate--City Councilman John H Rosemond; He Will Face Mayor Moody In November". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1A.
  • Cochran, Chan (November 15, 1974). "Democratic State Rep Michael Stinziano Begins A Full-Scale Organizational and Money-Raising Effort To Run For the Mayor's Office In 1975". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1C.
  • "Columbus Attorney William J Davis Announces He Is A Democratic Candidate For Mayor Of Columbus". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. December 27, 1974. p. 1C.
  • "Columbus Mayor Tom Moody and Four Incumbent City Council Members Win Re-election; Moody Collects A Landslide 63.1% Of the Votes Cast". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. November 5, 1975. p. 1A.
  • "The Columbus-Franklin Co AFL-CIO Endorses Columbus City Councilman John Rosemond For Mayor (Other Endorsements Listed)". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. September 19, 1975. p. 16A.
  • Jordan, Gene (June 15, 1975). "Blacks Didn't Come Close To Voting In A Bloc For John H Rosemond, But He Received 72% Of His Total Votes In Black Wards (Table Of Ward Results For Each Mayoral Primary Candidate)". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 14C.
  • Jordan, Gene (May 4, 1975). "City Auditor Hugh J Dorrian Tries To Win Nomination For Columbus Mayor; Personal Profile". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 7B.
  • Jordan, Gene (June 1, 1975). "It Appears Any Of the 5 Democratic Candidates For Mayor In 6/3 Primary Has A Chance At Winning One Of the Spots; Incumbent Republican Mayor Moody Will Probably Fill the Other Spot". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1A.
  • Jordan, Gene (May 18, 1975). "M D "Maury" Portman, 61, Senior Of the Six Men Vying For the Two Mayoral Nominations In the 6/3 Primary, Campaigns On the Claim He Is the Most Experienced Candidate In the Field". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 7B.
  • "Mayoral Candidates John Rosemond and Tom Moody Exchange Salvos At A Candidates Night At the Northland Mall". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. September 26, 1975. p. 8A.
  • "Photo: Oath Of Office For His Second Term As Mayor". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. January 1, 1976. p. 1D.
  • "Republican City Council Members Charles Petree and Daniel Schoedinger Say They May Not Run For Re-election If GOP Mayor Tom Moody Does Not Also Run Next Year". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. November 12, 1974. p. 1D.
  • Willey, Jack (July 22, 1975). "Dr John Rosemond Got Most Votes For Money In June's Mayoral Primary; Fr Co Board Of Election Releases File On How Much Each Candidate Spent On Their Campaign". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 5A.
  • Willey, Jack (June 4, 1975). "John Rosemond Turned To His Brothers and Sisters To Win In the 6/3 Primary, But He Needs the Help Of Those Who Voted For His Opponents If He Is To Become City's First Black Mayor". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1B.

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