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1999 Columbus, Ohio mayoral election

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Columbus mayoral election, 1999
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Candidate Michael B. Coleman Dorothy Teater
Party Democratic Republican

Mayor before election

Greg Lashutka
Republican

Elected Mayor

Michael B. Coleman
Democratic

The Columbus mayoral election of 1999 was the 81st mayoral election in Columbus, Ohio. It was held on Tuesday, November 2, 1999. Republican party incumbent mayor Greg Lashutka retired from office after two consecutive terms in office. Democratic party nominee Michael B. Coleman defeated Republican party nominee Dorothy Teater. Coleman became the first African American elected as mayor of Ohio's capital city.[1]

References

Bibliography

  • Caruso, Doug (December 31, 1999). "Coleman Promises Better Columbus". The Columbus Dispatch. The Dispatch Printing Company. p. 1A.
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