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2003 El Paso mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

El Paso mayoral election, 2003
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← 2001 May 3, 2003 (2003-05-03)[1] 2005 →
Turnout14.79%[1]
 
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Candidate Joe Wardy Raymond Caballero
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 29,890 18,394
Percentage 58.35% 35.91%

Mayor before election

Raymond Caballero

Elected Mayor

Joe Wardy

The 2003 El Paso mayoral election was held on May 3, 2003 to elect the mayor of El Paso, Texas. It saw the election of Joe Wardy, who unseated incumbent mayor Raymond Caballero.

This was the first El Paso mayoral election held under new rules which saw a shift from the previous system under which a nonpartisan primary was followed by a general election of the top-two finishers to a new system in which a runoff is held only if no candidate receives a majority of the vote in the first round.[citation needed] This was the last El Paso mayoral election to a two-year term, as terms were to be extended to four-years beginning with the subsequent 2005 election.[citation needed]

No runoff was required, as Wardy secured a majority of the vote in the initial round.

Results

Results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Joe Wardy 29,890 58.35
Nonpartisan Raymond Caballero (incumbent) 18,394 35.91
Nonpartisan Jaime O. Perez 1,032 2.01
Nonpartisan Ray Graham 683 1.33
Nonpartisan Lee White 270 0.53
Nonpartisan Bernie Molina Canton 214 0.42
Nonpartisan Carl Munoz Starr 189 0.37
Total votes 50,672

References

  1. ^ a b c "Election Summary Report CITY OF El Paso, AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS COUNTY OF El Paso, TEXAS Summary For Jurisdiction Wide, ???, All Races Election Day - Official" (PDF). El Paso County. 3 May 2003. Retrieved 23 October 2019.


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