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2005 Houston elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2005 Elections of the city of Houston took place on November 8, 2005 with runoffs taking place on December 10, 2005. All City Council Posts, the City Controller, and the Mayor all had elections. All positions were non-partisan.

Mayor

See 2005 Houston mayoral election

City Controller

The 2005 Houston City Controller election was a non disputed election with Incumbent Annise Parker being re-elected to a second term with 100% of the vote.

Houston City Controller election, 2005[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Annise Parker 134,514 100%

City Council At-large 1

In the 2005 Houston City Council At-large 1 election, Peter Hoyt Brown was elected to his first term without a runoff. Brown replaced Council Member Mark Ellis, who was term-limited.

Houston City Council At-large 1 election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Peter Hoyt Brown 77,793 51.03%
None Roy Morales 48,644 31.91%
None Michael "Griff" Griffin 26,003 17.06%

City Council At-large 2

In the 2005 Houston City Council At-large 2 election, Sue Lovell was elected.

Houston City Council At-large 2 election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Sue Lovell 32.26%
None Jay Aiyer 26.19%
None Poli Acosta 17.51%
None John Elford 14.07%
None James B. Neal 9.97%
Houston City Council At-large 2 Election, 2005 Run off
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Sue Lovell 50.94%
None Jay Aiyer 49.06%

City Council At-large 3

City Council At-large 4

Houston City Council At-large 4 election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Ronald Green 100%

City Council At-large 5

City Council District A

City Council District B

City Council District C

City Council District D

Houston City Council District D election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Ada Edwards 100%

City Council District E

Houston City Council District E election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Addie Wiseman 100%

City Council District F

City Council District G

Houston City Council District G election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ±
None Pam Holm 100%

City Council District H

City Council District I

References

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