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1999 Chicago mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chicago mayoral election, 1999

← 1995 February 23, 1999 2003 →
Turnout41.9%[1] Decrease 0.35 pp
 
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Bobby Rush Official portrait (1).jpg
Candidate Richard M. Daley Bobby Rush
Popular vote 428,872 167,709
Percentage 71.9% 28.1%

Mayor before election

Richard M. Daley

Elected Mayor

Richard M. Daley

The Chicago mayoral election of 1999, which took place on February 23, 1999, resulted in the re-election of incumbent Richard M. Daley over Bobby Rush, with 428,872 votes to Rush's 167,709. Daley garnered a landslide 71.9% of the total vote, winning by a 44 point margin.[2] This was the first officially nonpartisan Chicago mayoral election, per a 1995 Illinois law.

As was the case in all of his reelection campaigns, Daley did not attend any debates.[3]

Joe Banks Jr. was denied inclusion on the ballot due to issues regarding the filing of his nomination papers.[4][5]

Endorsements

Results

Mayor of Chicago 1999[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Richard M. Daley (incumbent) 428,872 71.9
Nonpartisan Bobby Rush 167,709 28.1
Turnout 596,581

Daley won a majority of the vote in 33 of the city's 50 wards.[6] Rush won a majority of the vote in the remaining 17 wards.[6]

Results by ward[6]

References

  1. ^ Denvir, Daniel (May 22, 2015). "Voter Turnout in U.S. Mayoral Elections Is  Pathetic, But It Wasn't Always This Way". City Lab (The Atlantic). Retrieved 11 December 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Election Results for 1999 General Election, Mayor, Chicago, Illinois". Chicago Democracy. Retrieved 4 July 2013.
  3. ^ Chicago's Long-Running Daley Show Ken Rudin February 21, 2007
  4. ^ https://app.chicagoelections.com/documents/Electoral-Board/document_2404.PDF
  5. ^ https://app.chicagoelections.com/documents/Electoral-Board/document_2489.pdf
  6. ^ a b c "Election Results for 1999 General Election, Mayor, Chicago, Illinois". Chicago Democracy Project.


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