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2005 Albuquerque mayoral election

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2005 Albuquerque mayoral election

← 2001 October 4, 2005 2009 →
 
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Candidate Martin Chávez Eric Griego Brad Winter
Party Democratic Democratic Republican
Popular vote 41,023 22,523 21,352
Percentage 47.2% 26% 24.6%

 
Candidate David Steele
Party Republican
Popular vote 1,859
Percentage 2.1%

Mayor before election

Martin Chávez
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Martin Chávez
Democratic

The Albuquerque mayoral election of 2005 was held on October 4, 2005 to elect the Mayor of Albuquerque.[1] Incumbent Democrat Martin Chavez won reelection, with 41,023 votes (47.2%) to former Labor Department employee Eric Griego's 22,523 (26%), City Councilor Brad Winter's 21,352 (24.6%), and realtor David Steele's 1,859 (2.1%).

References

  1. ^ Unofficial Election Results for the City of Albuquerque Archived 2013-05-30 at the Wayback Machine City of Albuquerque Regular Municipal Election, 2005


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