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2004 Milwaukee mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2004 Milwaukee mayoral election
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← 2000 February 17, 2004 (primary)
April 6, 2004 (general)
2008 →
 
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Candidate Tom Barrett Marvin Pratt
Popular vote 86,493 74,361
Percentage 53.45% 45.96%

Mayor before election

Marvin Pratt (acting)
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Tom Barrett
Democratic

The 2004 Milwaukee mayoral election was held on Tuesday, April 6, 2004, to elect the mayor for Milwaukee. Tom Barrett defeated incumbent acting mayor Marvin Pratt. This election coincided with other municipal elections.

Municipal elections in Wisconsin are non-partisan.[1]

Primary election

Results

Non-partisan primary results, February 17, 2004[2]
Candidate Votes %
Marvin Pratt (incumbent) 51,653 38.00%
Tom Barrett 44,342 32.62%
David Clarke 23,185 17.06%
Thomas G. Nardelli 4,863 3.58%
Sandy Folaron 4,318 3.18%
Vince Bobot 4,125 3.03%
Arthur L. Jones 1,180 0.87%
Frank Cumberbatch 814 0.60%
John V. Pitta 789 0.58%
Leon Todd 557 0.41%
Write-In 96 0.07%
Total votes 135,922 100

General election

Results

General election results, April 6, 2004[3]
Candidate Votes %
Tom Barrett 86,493 53.45%
Marvin Pratt (incumbent) 74,361 45.96%
Write-In 957 0.59%
Total votes 161,811 100

References

  1. ^ Schultze, Steve; Sandler, Larry (January 3, 2012). "Abele, Barrett see little opposition in spring races". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved April 29, 2012.
  2. ^ "Election Results for City of Milwaukee Wards". City of Milwaukee. Retrieved May 16, 2019.
  3. ^ "Election Results for City of Milwaukee Wards". City of Milwaukee. Retrieved May 16, 2019.
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