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2005 El Paso mayoral election

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El Paso mayoral election, 2005
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← 2003 May 7, 2005 (2005-05-07) (first-round)
June 5, 2005 (2005-06-05) (runoff)
2009 →
Turnout11.14% (first-round)[1]
13.16% (runoff)[2]
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Candidate John Cook Joe Wardy Carmen Rodriguez
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
First round vote 13,347 18,281 6,549
First round percentage 33.51% 45.89% 16.44
Runoff vote 21,088 20,017
Runoff percentage 51.30% 48.70%

Mayor before election

Joe Wardy

Elected Mayor

John Cook

The 2005 El Paso mayoral election was held on May 7 and June 6, 2005, to elect the mayor of El Paso, Texas. It saw the election of John Cook, who unseated incumbent mayor Joe Wardy.

This was the first election held for a newly extended four-year term, as previous elections had been to two-year terms.[citation needed]



Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Joe Wardy (incumbent) 18,281 45.89
Nonpartisan John Cook 13,347 33.51
Nonpartisan Carmen Rodriguez 6,549 16.44
Nonpartisan Jaime O. Perez 1,134 2.85
Nonpartisan Matt Carroll 523 1.31
Total votes 39,834


Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan John Cook 21,088 51.30
Nonpartisan Joe Wardy (incumbent) 20,017 48.70
Total votes 41,105


  1. ^ a b "Election Summary Report 2005 MAY CITIES & SCHOOLS GENERAL ELECTION Summary For Precinct, All Counters, All Races ELECTION RESULTS COMBINED EARLY VOTING AND ELECTION DAY FINAL" (PDF). El Paso County. 10 May 2005. Retrieved 23 October 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Election Summary Report JUNE 2005 CITY RUN OFF ELECTION Summary For Precinct, All Counters, All Races OFFICIAL FINAL COMBINED RESULTS" (PDF). El Paso County. 9 June 2005. Retrieved 23 October 2019.

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