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2013 El Paso mayoral election

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El Paso mayoral election, 2013
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← 2009 May 11, 2013 (2013-05-11) (first round)
June 15, 2013 (2013-06-15) (runoff)
2017 →
Turnout14.15% (first round)[1]
13.76% (runoff)[2]
Mayor oscar leeser.jpg
Candidate Oscar Leeser Steve Ortega Robert Cormell
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
First round vote 21,724 9,944 5,518
First round percentage 47.40% 21.70% 12.04%
Runoff vote 33,266 11,492
Runoff percentage 74.32% 25.68%

Candidate Hector H. Lopez L. Gus Haddad
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
First round vote 4,009 3,223
First round percentage 8.75% 7.03%

Mayor before election

John Cook

Elected Mayor

Oscar Leeser

The 2013 El Paso mayoral election was held on May 11 and June 8, 2013, to elect the Mayor of El Paso, Texas. Incumbent Mayor John Cook could not seek another term due to term limits. In the nonpartisan preliminary round was held on May 11, 2013, businessman Oscar Leeser and City Councilman Steve Ortega placed first and second with 47% and 21% of the vote, respectively, and because no candidate received a majority, a runoff election was held on June 15.[3] Leeser won the runoff election.[4]

First round


  • Oscar Leeser, automobile dealer
  • Steve Ortega, city representative
  • Robert Cormell, restaurateur
  • Hector H. Lopez, radio host
  • L. Gus Haddad, mortgage broker
  • Jaime O. Perez, former chief of staff to El Paso County Judge Anthony Cobos
  • Dean Martinez, retired military
  • Jorge Artalejo, substitute teacher


El Paso mayoral primary results, May 11, 2013[5]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Oscar Leeser 21,724 47.40
Nonpartisan Steve Ortega 9,944 21.70
Nonpartisan Robert Cormell 5,518 12.04
Nonpartisan Hector H. Lopez 4,009 8.75
Nonpartisan L. Gus Haddad 3,223 7.03
Nonpartisan Jaime O. Perez 816 1.78
Nonpartisan Dean Martinez 365 0.80
Nonpartisan Jorge Artalejo 228 0.50
Total votes 45,827 100.00




El Paso mayoral election results, June 15, 2013
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Oscar Leeser[6] 33,266 74.32
Nonpartisan Steve Ortega 11,492 25.68
Total votes 44,758 100


  1. ^ "Election Summary Report 2013 MAY ELECTION Summary For Jurisdiction Wide, All Counters, All Races ELECTION RESULTS COMBINED OFFICIAL FINAL" (PDF). El Paso County. 21 May 2013. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Election Summary Report 2013 JUNE RUN-OFF ELECTIONSummary For Jurisdiction Wide, All Counters, All Races ELECTION RESULTS COMBINED OFFICIAL FINAL" (PDF). El Paso County. 24 June 2013. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
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