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2003 Anchorage mayoral election

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2003 Anchorage mayoral election
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← 2000 April 1, 2003[1] 2006 →
Turnout34.45%
 
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Candidate Mark Begich George Wuerch Rick Mystrom
Popular vote 28,604 23,615 9,954
Percentage 45.03% 37.17% 15.67%

Mayor before election

George Wuerch
Republican

Elected Mayor

Mark Begich
Democratic

The 2003 Anchorage mayoral election was held on April 1, 2003 to elect the mayor of Anchorage, Alaska. It saw election of Mark Begich, who unseated incumbent mayor George Wuerch.

An assembly ordinance and ballot proposition passed in Anchorage in 2003 had lowered the threshold required to avoid a mayoral runoff from 50% of the vote to 45%.[2] Since Begich surpassed this margin, no runoff was necessary.

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Candidates

  • Mark Begich, former Anchorage Assemblyman, 1994 and 2000 mayoral candidate
  • Jennifer Citti
  • Daniel DeNardo
  • David Dunsmore
  • Thomas Mark Higgins
  • Tom Layne
  • Bruce J. Lemke
  • Ray Malcolm
  • Rick Mystrom, former mayor
  • George Wuerch, incumbent mayor
  • Richard Zeigler, 1994 mayoral candidate

Results

Results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Mark Begich 28,604 45.03
Nonpartisan George Wuerch (incumbent) 23,615 37.17
Nonpartisan Richard Mystrom 9,954 15.67
Nonpartisan David Dunsmore 488 0.77
Nonpartisan Jennifer Citti 195 0.31
Nonpartisan Thomas Mark Higgins 144 0.23
Nonpartisan Richard Zeigler 135 0.21
Nonpartisan Tom Layne 103 0.16
Nonpartisan Daniel DeNardo 97 0.15
Nonpartisan Ray Malcolm 61 0.1
Nonpartisan Bruce J. Lemke 49 0.08
Write-in Write-in 79 0.12
Turnout 63,524 34.45

References

  1. ^ a b "ELECTION RESULTS REGULAR MUNICIPAL ELECTION APRIL 1, 2003" (PDF). Municipality of Anchorage. Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  2. ^ "Anchorage Alaska A.O. No. 2007-152" (PDF). Municipality of Anchorage. 6 November 2007. Retrieved 13 November 2019.


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