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2011 Baltimore mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Baltimore mayoral election, 2011
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Candidate Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Alfred V. Griffin
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 40,125 6,108
Percentage 84.47% 12.86%

Mayor before election

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
Sheila Dixon convicted, 2009
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Stephanie
Rawlings-Blake

Democratic

The 2011 Baltimore mayoral election was held on November 8, 2011. Because Baltimore's electorate is overwhelmingly Democratic, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's victory in the Democratic primary on September 13, 2011 all but assured her of victory in the general election.

Background and candidates

Sheila Dixon, the winner of the previous mayoral election, was forced from office following a 2010 conviction.[1] Therefore, city council president Stephanie Rawlings-Blake became mayor for the final year of what had been Dixon's term, and subsequently ran for election to a full term. Other candidates for the Democratic nomination included state senator Catherine E. Pugh; Otis Rolley, a former administrator in city government, Frank M. Conaway, Sr., the only person, other than Rawlings-Blake, in the race to have won a citywide election, and former councilman Jody Landers

Primary election results

These are the results for the 2011 Democratic primary, as reported on the City of Baltimore's official website.[2]

Candidate Votes %
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake 38,829 52.15%
Catherine E. Pugh 18,797 25.24%
Otis Rolley 9,415 12.64%
Joseph T. Landers 5,089 6.83%
Frank M. Conaway, Sr. 2,095 2.81%
Wilton Lloyd Wilson 235 0.32%

General election campaign

General election results

The General Election was held on November 8, 2011. The results were as follows:

Baltimore City mayoral election, 2011[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Stephanie Rawlings-Blake 40,125 84.47
Republican Alfred V. Griffin 6,108 12.86

Other city elections

All other Baltimore city officers were also up for election simultaneously with the mayor, including the fourteen members of the Baltimore City Council (elected from single-member districts) and the City Council President and City Comptroller (both elected citywide). Incumbent comptroller Joan Pratt ran unopposed in both the Democratic primary and the general election.

References

  1. ^ Vozzella, Laura (December 2, 2009). "Laura Vozzella: The prolific Juror No. 11 finally gets to speak out". Los Angeles Times.
  2. ^ "Statement of Votes Cast" (PDF). Baltimore Elections Board. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 1, 2014. Retrieved July 5, 2015.
  3. ^ "Statement of Votes Cast" (PDF). Baltimore Elections Board. Archived from the original (PDF) on November 27, 2014. Retrieved July 5, 2015.
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