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1994 Anchorage mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1994 Anchorage mayoral election
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← 1990 May 2, 1994 (first-round)[1]
May 17, 1994 (runoff)[2]
1997 →
 
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Candidate Rick Mystrom Mark Begich Craig Campbell
First-round vote 15,049 13,533 12,018
First-round percentage 21.78% 19.58% 17.39%
Second-round vote 29,546 21,046
Second-round percentage 58.40% 41.60%

 
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Candidate Jim Kubitz Heather Flynn Joyce Murphy
First-round vote 7,594 6,896 6,181
First-round percentage 10.99% 9.98% 8.94%

 
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Candidate Virginia Collins
First-round vote 4,260
First-round percentage 6.16%

Mayor before election

Tom Fink
Republican

Elected Mayor

Rick Mystrom
Republican

The 1994 Anchorage mayoral election was held on May 2 and May 17, 1994 to elect the mayor of Anchorage, Alaska. It saw the election of Rick Mystrom.

Since no candidate had received 40% of the vote in the first round (which at least one candidate was required to obtain to avoid a runoff),[3] a runoff was held between the top-two finishers.

Results

First Round

First round results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Rick Mystrom 15,049 21.78
Nonpartisan Mark Begich 13,533 19.58
Nonpartisan Craig Campbell 12,018 17.39
Nonpartisan Jim Kubitz 7,594 10.99
Nonpartisan Heather Flynn 6,896 9.98
Nonpartisan Dr. Joyce Murphy 6,181 8.94
Nonpartisan Virginia Collins 4,260 6.16
Nonpartisan Pat Parnell 2,314 3.35
Nonpartisan Mike John O'Callaghan 547 0.79
Nonpartisan Richard "Ziggy" Ziegler 271 0.39
Nonpartisan Michael J. P. DeFermo 134 0.19
Nonpartisan Tom Staudenmaier 107 0.15
Nonpartisan Matthew P. Gill 62 0.09
Nonpartisan Charles E. McKee 58 0.08
Write-in Write-ins 84 0.12
Turnout 69,108 49.52

Runoff

Runoff results[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Rick Mystrom 29,546 58.40
Nonpartisan Mark Begich 21,046 41.60
Turnout 50,592

References

  1. ^ a b "CUMULATIVE WITH ABSENTEE & QUEST REGULAR MUNICIPAL ELECTION APRIL 19, 1994 MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE" (PDF). Municipality of Anchorage. 2 May 1994. Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  2. ^ a b Anchorage Daily News - 5/18/1994
  3. ^ "Anchorage Alaska A.O. No. 2007-152" (PDF). Municipality of Anchorage. 6 November 2007. Retrieved 13 November 2019.

See also


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