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1996 Baton Rouge mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Baton Rouge mayoral election, 1996
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Candidate Tom Ed McHugh Kip Holden
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 75,413 38,641
Percentage 66% 34%

Mayor before election

Tom Ed McHugh
Republican

Elected Mayor

Tom Ed McHugh
Republican

The 1996 Baton Rouge mayoral election was held on September 21, 1996 to elect the mayor-president of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It saw the reelection of incumbent Thomas Edward "Tom Ed" McHugh.

Results

Results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Tom Ed McHugh 75,413 66
Democratic Kip Holden 38,641 34
Other Luther "Doc" Stewart withdrawn 0 0
Total votes 114,054

References

  1. ^ Louisiana Secretary of State. "Voter Portal".
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