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2001 Albuquerque mayoral election

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2001 Albuquerque mayoral election

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Candidate Martin Chávez Bob Schwartz Mike McEntee
Party Democratic Republican Republican
Popular vote 30,384 27,601 11,176
Percentage 37.9% 34.4% 13.9%

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Candidate Jim Baca
Party Democratic
Popular vote 10,998
Percentage 13.7%

Mayor before election

Jim Baca

Elected Mayor

Martin Chávez

The Albuquerque mayoral election of 2001 was held on October 2, 2001 to elect the Mayor of Albuquerque.[1]

Former Mayor Martin Chavez did not run for re-election in 1997, and instead was the Democratic nominee for Governor of New Mexico. He lost to Gary Johnson, and announced his plans to run against incumbent mayor Jim Baca in 2001. Former District Attorney and District Court judge Bob Schwartz lost the election to Chavez by a mere 2,783 votes. Chavez received 30,384 votes (37.9%) to Schwartz's 27,601 (34.4%), Mike McEntee's 11,176 (13.9%), and Baca's 10,998 (13.7%).


  1. ^ Unofficial Election Results for the City of Albuquerque City of Albuquerque Regular Municipal Election, 2005
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