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1983 Baltimore mayoral election

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1983 Baltimore mayoral election
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← 1979 November 8, 1983 1987 →
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Candidate William Donald Schaefer Samuel A. Culotta
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 130,741 8,771
Percentage 93.71% 6.29%

Mayor before election

William Donald Schaefer

Elected Mayor

William Donald Schaefer

The 1983 Baltimore mayoral election saw the reelection of William Donald Schaefer to a fourth consecutive term.


Primary elections were held September 13.[1]

Democratic primary

Democratic primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic William Donald Schaefer (incumbent) 165,986 71.78%
Democratic William H. Murphy Jr. 60,353 26.10%
Democratic Monroe Cornish 4,033 1.74%
Democratic Lawrence Freeman 866 0.38%
Total votes 231,238

Republican primary

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Samuel A. Culotta 5,586 64.92%
Republican Byron P. Roberts Jr. 1,636 19.01
Republican Melvin C. Perkins 1,383 16.07%
Total votes 8,605

General election

The general election was held November 8.[1]

Baltimore mayoral general election, 1983[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic William Donald Schaefer (incumbent) 130,741 93.71%
Republican Samuel A. Culotta 8,771 6.29%
Total votes 139,512
Democratic hold


  1. ^ a b c d e "1983 Baltimore City Election". Maryland State Board of Elections. Retrieved May 6, 2019.
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