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2005 Cincinnati mayoral election

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2005 Cincinnati mayoral election
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← 2001 November 8, 2005 2009 →
Mark Mallory.jpg
David A Pepper (City Club of Cleveland) (cropped).jpg
Candidate Mark Mallory David A. Pepper
Party Democratic Democratic
Popular vote 37,206 34,268
Percentage 52.06% 47.94%

Mayor before election

Charlie Luken

Elected Mayor

Mark Mallory

The 2005 Cincinnati mayoral election took place on November 8, 2005, to elect the Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. The election was officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the September 13 primary advancing to the general election, regardless of party.


Primary election

Primary election results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic David Pepper 13,493 31.04
Democratic Mark Mallory 13,347 30.70
Republican Charlie Winburn 9,098 20.93
Democratic Alicia Reece 6,552 15.07
Independent Justin Jeffre 730 1.68
Republican Sylvan Grisco 131 0.30
Independent Sandra Queen Noble 119 0.27
Total votes 43,470 100.00

General election

Cincinnati mayoral election, 2005[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark Mallory 37,206 52.06
Democratic David Pepper 34,268 47.94
Total votes 71,474 100.00


  1. ^ "Non-Partisan Primary Election Hamilton County, Ohio September 13, 2005" (PDF). Hamilton County Board of Elections. Retrieved October 18, 2016.
  2. ^ "General Election Hamilton County, Ohio November 8, 2005" (PDF). Hamilton County Board of Elections. Retrieved October 18, 2016.

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