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2013 Charlotte mayoral election

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2013 Charlotte mayoral election
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Nominee Patrick Cannon Edwin Peacock III
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 51,310 45,036
Percentage 53.06% 46.74%

Mayor before election

Patsy Kinsey
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Patrick Cannon
Democratic

The biennial Charlotte mayoral election was held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Primary elections were held on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.[1] Unaffiliated voters were allowed to vote in either the Democratic or Republican primary.

On July 2, 2013, Anthony Foxx, a Democrat, announced that he would resign as mayor to become United States Secretary of Transportation. District 1 city councilperson Patsy Kinsey, also a Democrat, was named interim mayor the same day with the understanding that she would not stand in the mayoral election in November. Kinsey instead ran to regain the council seat she had vacated.

Democratic Party nominee Patrick Cannon, another member of the city council, won the general election to become the 55th mayor of Charlotte. However, only under four months into his term, on March 26, 2014, Cannon was arrested by the FBI on charges of accepting bribes (to which he later pleaded guilty) and resigned later that day, prompting the City Council to elect Dan Clodfelter to serve for the remainder of Cannon's term as the 57th Mayor of Charlotte.

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Contents

Candidates

Democratic

  • Mayor Pro Tempore/City Council member Patrick Cannon [2]
  • Gary Mitchell Dunn [3]
  • City Council member James Mitchell, Jr.[4]
  • Lucille Puckett[5]

Declined

Republican

Results

Primaries

Candidates Democratic Primary Election - Sept. 10 [11]
Candidate Party Votes Percent
Patrick Cannon Democratic 14,025 55.70%
James "Smuggie" Mitchell Democratic 9,956 39.54%
Gary Dunn Democratic 631 2.51%
Lucille Puckett Democratic 567 2.25%
Candidates Republican Primary Election - Sept. 10 [12]
Candidate Party Votes Percent
Edwin Peacock III Republican 8,289 92.06%
David Michael Rice Republican 715 7.94%

General election

Candidates General Election - Nov. 5 [13]
Candidate Party Votes Percent
Patrick Cannon Democratic 51,310 53.06%
Edwin B. Peacock III Republican 45,036 46.74%

References

  1. ^ Election schedule
  2. ^ Charlotte Observer: Patrick Cannon announces run for Charlotte mayor
  3. ^ NCPoliticalNews.com Archived March 4, 2016, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Charlotte Observer: Councilman James Mitchell files for mayor
  5. ^ Mecklenburg Board of Elections - Candidate List
  6. ^ Charlotte Observer: Charlotte mayor says he doesn't plan to run for re-election Archived October 27, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ "Charlotte Observer: Senate votes 100-0 to confirm Anthony Foxx as transportation secretary today". Archived from the original on 2013-11-02. Retrieved 2013-06-27.
  8. ^ "Charlotte Observer: Charlotte gets 2nd female mayor as Foxx resigns". Archived from the original on 2013-11-02. Retrieved 2013-07-02.
  9. ^ Charlotte Observer
  10. ^ Charlotte Observer: Mitchell, Cannon to headline mayor's race Archived August 29, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ NC Board of Elections Municipal Primary Results
  12. ^ NC Board of Elections Municipal Primary Results
  13. ^ NC Board of Elections Municipal Election Results for Mecklenburg County

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