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2005 Rochester mayoral election

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2005 Rochester mayoral election
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GOP
WFP
Nominee Robert Duffy John Parinello Tim Mains
Party Democratic Republican Working Families
Popular vote 27,396 6,314 3,903
Percentage 72.00% 16.59% 10.26%

Mayor before election

William A. Johnson Jr.
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Robert Duffy
Democratic

The 2005 Rochester mayoral election took place on November 8, 2005 in the city of Rochester, New York, United States. Robert Duffy was elected to succeed outgoing mayor William A. Johnson Jr. who chose not to seek a fourth term.

Candidates

Democratic

Norwood had been selected by the party convention in April and was backed by local party elites such as Joe Morelle and David Gantt.[5][6] However, he was defeated by Duffy in the primary election.

The primary election was held on September 13, 2005.

Democratic primary results[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Duffy 10,616 49.58%
Democratic Wade Norwood 8,397 39.22%
Democratic Tim Mains 2,186 10.21%
Democratic Chris Maj 211 0.99%
Total votes 21,410 100%

Republican

  • John Parrinello - criminal defense attorney [8]

General Election

General election results[9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Duffy 24,776 65.11%
Independence Robert Duffy 2,620 6.89%
Total Robert Duffy 27,396 72.00%
Republican John Parrinello 6,314 16.59%
Working Families Tim Mains 3,903 10.26%
Red White and Blue Chris Maj 439 1.15%
Total votes 38,052 100%

References

  1. ^ "Duffy makes three". CITY News.
  2. ^ "To lead this city: Wade Norwood". CITY News.
  3. ^ Moore, Barbara. "Tim Mains: New York State's First Openly Gay Elected Official – Shoulders to Stand On Blog".
  4. ^ Towler, Mary Anna. "Chris Maj: the Dems' long shot". CITY News.
  5. ^ DeGeorge, Krestia. "Postmortem for a primary". CITY News.
  6. ^ DeGeorge, Krestia. "Power play". CITY News.
  7. ^ "2005 Municipal Primary" (PDF).
  8. ^ Towler, Krestia DeGeorge, Mary Anna. "Looking for a change". CITY News.
  9. ^ "2005 Rochester Mayoral Election" (PDF).
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