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2015 Chicago mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chicago mayoral election, 2015

← 2011 February 24 and April 7, 2015 2019 →
Turnout34.03%[1] Decrease 8.27 pp (first round)
41.10%[2] Increase 7.07 pp (second round)
 
Chicago Mayor Emanuel (30500010931).jpg
Chuy García by Rev Dills (1).jpg
Willie Wilson at the Scott County Democratic Party Dinner (3) (cropped).jpg
Nominee Rahm Emanuel Jesús "Chuy" García Willie Wilson
First round vote 218,217 160,414 50,960
First round percentage 45.63% 33.55% 10.66%
Runoff vote 319,543 253,981
Runoff percentage 55.7% 44.3%

 
Robert Fioretti (20741647040) (cropped).jpg
Nominee Robert Fioretti
First round vote 35,363
First round percentage 7.39%

Chicago mayoral election runoff, 2015.svg
Second round results by ward:

Emanuel:      50–60%      60–70%      70–80%      80–90%

García:      50–60%      60–70%      70–80%

Mayor before election

Rahm Emanuel

Elected Mayor

Rahm Emanuel

An election took place on February 24, 2015, to elect the mayor of Chicago. The election was non-partisan and no candidate received a majority. A runoff election was held between the top two finishers (both Democrats) on April 7, 2015, and resulted in the reelection of incumbent mayor Rahm Emanuel.[3] The elections were concurrent with the 2015 Chicago aldermanic elections.

Emanuel ran for reelection, seeking a second term in office. In the first round, Emanuel received 46% of the vote and Democratic Cook County Commissioner Jesús "Chuy" García received 34%. Because no candidate received a majority, a runoff was held. In the runoff, Emanuel received 55.7% of the vote, winning the election. Garcia received 44.3% of the vote.[4] 2015 was the first time the election advanced to a runoff since mayoral elections became non-partisan in 1999.

Candidates

Ran

Withdrew

Removed

  • Fenton Patterson, perennial candidate[5][13]

Declined

General election

Endorsements

Rahm Emanuel
Media
Jesús "Chuy" García
Individuals
Organizations

Chicago Teachers Union[27]

Polling

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Rahm
Emanuel
Robert
Fioretti
Jesús
García
William
Walls
Willie
Wilson
Other Undecided
Ogden & Fry February 22, 2015 737 ± 3.68% 48.3% 6.8% 26.5% 3.3% 15.2%
APC Research February ? 2015 709 ± 3.7% 45% 7% 20% 2% 7% 18%
Ogden & Fry February 14, 2015 736 ± 3.69% 49.2% 8.6% 23.0% 4.9% 14.4%
Ogden & Fry[permanent dead link] January 31, 2015 884 ± 3.36% 41.7% 6.7% 16.6% 1.7% 9.7% 23.5%
APC Research January 22–27, 2015 708 ± 3.7% 42% 10% 18% 2% 7% 20%
Ogden & Fry January 24, 2015 950 ± 3.24% 39.5% 7.5% 18% 1.8% 11.1% 22.2%
Lake Research Partners January 15–19, 2015 600 ± 4% 38% 8% 16% 1% 5% 30%
Ogden & Fry January 17, 2015 1,010 ± 3.15% 38% 6.7% 16.4% 1.5% 10.6% 26.7%
GQR* January 3–6, 2015 600 ± 4% 50% 10% 22% 2% 7% 9%
GQR* December 2014 600 ± 4% 48% 13% 21% 18%
David Binder Research November 23–25, 2014 800 ± 3.5% 44% 15% 16% 7% 18%
Lake Research Partners November 2014 621 ± 3.9% 33% 13% 18% 36%
  • * Internal poll for the Rahm Emanuel campaign

Results

Chicago mayoral election, 2015[29]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Rahm Emanuel (Incumbent) 218,217 45.63
Nonpartisan Jesús "Chuy" García 160,414 33.55
Nonpartisan Willie Wilson 50,960 10.66
Nonpartisan Robert Fioretti 35,363 7.39
Nonpartisan William "Dock" Walls III 13,250 2.77
Total votes 478,204 100

Results by ward

[1]

  Emanuel
  García
Ward Emanuel votes Emanuel % Wilson votes Wilson % Fioretti votes Fioretti % García votes García % Walls votes Walls % Total votes Turnout
1st 3,349 39.60% 260 3.07% 618 7.31% 4,128 48.81% 103 1.22% 8,458 29.30%
2nd 6,727 64.47% 331 3.17% 863 8.27% 2,428 23.27% 85 0.81% 10,434 32.48%
3rd 5,223 49.07% 1,768 16.61% 954 8.96% 2,211 20.77% 489 4.59% 10,645 33.56%
4th 5,329 44.56% 1,703 14.24% 942 7.88% 3,396 28.40% 588 4.92% 11,958 39.42%
5th 5,088 44.00% 1,494 12.92% 533 4.61% 3,890 33.64% 588 4.83% 11,563 39.84%
6th 4,703 42.63% 2,569 23.28% 519 4.70% 2,525 22.89% 717 6.50% 11,033 33.16%
7th 4,690 43.76% 2,294 21.40% 439 4.10% 2,595 24.21% 700 6.53% 10,718 33.47%
8th 5,938 43.39% 2,987 21.83% 569 4.16% 3,289 24.03% 903 6.60% 13,686 36.86%
9th 5,186 43.30% 2,873 23.99% 517 4.32% 2,625 21.92% 777 6.49% 11,978 33.19%
10th 3,586 37.74% 482 5.07% 816 8.59% 4,501 47.37% 116 1.22% 9,501 37.64%
11th 4,711 48.93% 253 2.63% 1,440 14.95% 3,140 32.61% 85 0.88% 9,629 38.43%
12th 1,284 25.70% 96 1.92% 241 4.82% 3,335 66.74% 41 0.82% 4,997 28.18%
13th 5,822 52.04% 210 1.88% 1,021 9.13% 4,067 36.35% 67 0.60% 11,187 47.28%
14th 2,293 37.99% 107 1.77% 448 7.42% 3,151 52.20% 37 0.61% 6,036 34.15%
15th 1,403 30.02% 599 12.82% 156 3.34% 2,394 51.23% 121 2.59% 4,673 25.92%
16th 2,451 39.88% 1,641 26.70% 211 3.43% 1,552 25.25% 291 4.73% 6,146 23.90%
17th 3,499 40.08% 2,313 26.50% 323 3.70% 2,092 23.97% 502 5.75% 8,729 28.88%
18th 4,794 38.99% 2,043 16.62% 800 6.51% 3,988 32.44% 669 5.44% 12,294 39.00%
19th 7,613 41.95% 1,139 6.28% 2,503 13.79% 6,509 35.87% 383 2.11% 18,147 52.40%
20th 2,808 40.59% 1,693 24.47% 231 3.34% 1,798 25.99% 388 5.61% 6,918 27.28%
21st 5,698 42.56% 3,249 24.27% 533 3.98% 2,973 22.20% 936 6.99% 13,389 35.40%
22nd 1,127 21.18% 279 5.24% 137 2.57% 3,711 69.73% 68 1.28% 5,322 28.49%
23rd 3,868 40.19% 232 2.41% 1308 13.59% 4,165 43.27% 52 0.54% 9,625 43.51%
24th 2,653 36.50% 2,209 30.39% 324 4.46% 1,701 23.40% 381 5.24% 7,268 27.53%
25th 2,586 33.40% 263 3.40% 497 6.42% 4,331 55.94% 65 0.84% 7,742 31.13%
26th 2,331 34.33% 359 5.29% 348 5.13% 3,665 53.98% 87 1.28% 6,790 27.90%
27th 4,291 48.61% 1,640 18.58% 695 7.87% 1,911 21.65% 290 3.29% 8,827 27.82%
28th 3,084 39.92% 2,043 26.45% 596 7.72% 1,682 21.77% 320 4.14% 7,725 24.14%
29th 4,662 41.99% 2,460 22.16% 723 6.51% 2,748 24.75% 510 4.59% 11,103 32.54%
30th 2,018 39.60% 149 2.92% 391 7.67% 2,489 48.84% 49 0.96% 5,096 24.12%
31st 2,381 40.61% 141 2.40% 291 4.96% 2,996 51.10% 54 0.92% 5,863 27.67%
32nd 4,111 47.61% 188 2.18% 712 8.25% 3,559 41.22% 64 0.74% 8,634 28.54%
33rd 3,332 40.02% 272 3.27% 532 6.39% 4,084 49.06% 105 1.26% 8,325 36.68%
34th 5,722 45.46% 3,127 24.85% 413 3.28% 2,581 20.51% 743 5.90% 12,586 33.10%
35th 2,110 40.02% 188 3.00% 336 5.36% 3,580 57.06% 60 0.96% 6,274 29.06%
36th 2,380 39.31% 281 4.64% 611 10.09% 2,731 45.10% 52 0.86% 6,055 28.74%
37th 3,465 41.38% 2,372 28.33% 373 4.45% 1,754 20.95% 409 4.88% 12,586 27.05%
38th 5,408 48.09% 315 2.80% 1,705 15.16% 3,723 33.11% 95 0.84% 11,246 38.42%
39th 5,499 48.48% 355 3.13% 1,187 10.47% 4,202 37.05% 99 0.87% 11,342 39.35%
40th 4,634 47.26% 300 3.06% 636 6.49% 4136 42.18% 99 1.01% 9,805 35.69%
41st 7,153 47.80% 451 3.01% 2,644 17.67% 4,605 30.77% 112 0.75% 14,965 44.14%
42nd 6,558 73.52% 262 2.94% 548 6.14% 1,476 16.55% 76 0.85% 8,920 28.68%
43rd 7,608 71.97% 283 2.68% 665 6.29% 1,938 18.33% 77 0.73% 10,571 35.32%
44th 6,055 64.25% 211 2.24% 554 554% 2,543 26.98% 61 0.65% 9,424 31.89%
45th 6,243 48.06% 406 3.13% 1,682 12.95% 4,545 34.99% 115 0.89% 12,991 42.30%
46th 6,079 57.55% 520 4.92% 518 4.90% 3,316 31.39% 130 1.23% 10,563 37.29%
47th 6,427 51.47% 267 2.14 721 5.77% 4,985 39.92% 88 0.70% 2,488 37.90%
48th 5,906 52.33% 450 3.99% 560 4.96% 4,220 37.39% 150 1.33% 11,286 38.18%
49th 3,941 44.10% 492 5.51% 431 4.82% 3,893 43.57% 179 2.00% 8,936 35.97%
50th 4,390 55.29% 341 4.29% 548 6.90% 2,557 32.20% 104 1.31% 7,940 32.58%

Runoff

Endorsements

Rahm Emanuel
Individuals
Organizations
Media
Jesús "Chuy" García
Individuals
Organizations
Media
Declined to endorse
Individuals
Organizations

Polling

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Rahm
Emanuel
Jesús
García
Undecided
Ogden & Fry March 21, 2015 951 ± 3.24% 48.5% 32.1% 18.4%
We Ask America March 16, 2015 1,374 ± 3% 51% 36% 12%
Ogden & Fry March 15, 2015 920 ± 3.3% 55% 45% 0%
APC Research Inc. March 13, 2015 712 ± 3.7% 51% 37% 11%
Ogden & Fry March 7, 2015 1,020 ± 3.13% 43.5% 38% 18%
We Ask America February 28, 2015 1,138 ± 2.9% 49% 38% 14%
Ogden & Fry February 28, 2015 979 ± 3.2% 42.9% 38.5% 18.6%
Ogden & Fry February 25, 2015 1,058 ± 3.07% 42.7% 38.7% 18.6%
GSG February 25, 2015 2,659 ± 1.9% 50.4% 39.8% 9.8%
Ogden & Fry January 24, 2015 950 ± 3.24% 54.9% 45.1%
Lake Research Partners January 15–19, 2015 600 ± 4% 44% 28% 27%
David Binder Research November 23–25, 2014 800 ± 3.5% 49% 37% 14%
Lake Research Partners November 2014 621 ± 3.9% 36% 31% 23%
  • * Internal poll for the Rahm Emanuel campaign

Results

Chicago mayoral election, 2015[55]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Rahm Emanuel (Incumbent) 319,543 55.7
Nonpartisan Jesús "Chuy" García 253,981 44.3
Total votes 573,524 100

Results by ward

[2]

  Emanuel
  García
Ward Emanuel votes Emanuel % García votes García % Total votes Turnout
1st 4,748 44.26% 5,979 55.74% 10,727 35.89%
2nd 10,931 77.17% 3,233 22.83% 14,164 43.00%
3rd 8,557 66.24% 4,362 33.76% 12,919 39.57%
4th 8,244% 58.90% 5,753 41.10% 13,997 44.98%
5th 7,322% 55.15% 5,954 44.85% 13,276 44.67%
6th 7,000% 56.84% 5,315 43.16% 12,315 36.28%
7th 6,948% 56.46% 5,357 43.54% 12,305 37.74%
8th 9,143% 58.51% 6,483 41.49% 15,626 41.42%
9th 7,728% 58.21% 5,548 41.79% 13,276 36.18%
10th 4,672 40.20% 6,951 59.80% 11,623 45.17%
11th 7,679 61.39% 4,829 38.61% 12,508 48.65%
12th 1,757 25.24% 5,204 74.76% 6,961 38.32%
13th 7,887 55.61% 6,295 44.39% 14,182 58.48%
14th 2,962 35.61% 5,355 64.39% 8,317 46.03%
15th 2,014 31.73% 4,333 68.27% 6,347 34.48%
16th 4,023 51.61% 3,772 48.39% 7,795 29.76%
17th 5,484 55.15% 4,459 44.85% 9,943 32.36%
18th 7,571 51.60% 7,101 48.40% 14,672 45.95%
19th 11,972 59.43% 8,172 40.57% 20,144 57.04%
20th 4,355 53.85% 3,733 46.15% 8,088 31.28%
21st 8,864 58.81% 6,208 41.19% 15,072 39.32%
22nd 1,458 19.63% 5,971 80.37% 7,429 38.87%
23rd 4,905 43.36% 6,407 56.64% 11,312 49.75%
24th 4,253 52.34% 3,873 47.66% 8,126 30.10%
25th 3,839 38.49% 6,135 61.51% 9,974 38.79%
26th 2,962 34.81% 5,548 65.19% 8,510 33.83%
27th 6,705 63.90% 3,788 36.10% 10,493 32.23%
28th 5,416 57.55% 3,995 42.45% 9,411 28.71%
29th 7,546 57.27% 5,630 42.73% 13,176 38.01%
30th 3,067 40.95% 4,423 59.05% 7,490 34.70%
31st 3,192 37.74% 5,265 62.26% 8,457 38.96%
32nd 7,808 62.32% 4,721 37.68% 12,529 40.33%
33rd 4,412 44.40% 5,525 55.60% 9,937 42.65%
34th 8,616 61.38% 5,421 38.62% 14,037 36.30%
35th 2,769 34.31% 5,302 65.69% 8,071 36.35%
36th 3,551 42.28% 4,847 57.72% 8,398 39.08%
37th 5,943 58.49% 4,217 41.51% 10,160 32.35%
38th 7,648 60.04% 5,090 39.96% 12,738 42.65%
39th 7,671 58.41% 5,462 41.59% 13,133 44.55%
40th 6,528 53.44% 5,688 46.56% 12,216 43.30%
41st 12,007 63.96% 6,766 36.04% 18,773 54.52%
42nd 11,504 84.93% 2,041 15.07% 13,545 42.46%
43rd 12,335 83.41% 2,454 16.59% 14,789 48.15%
44th 10,063 76.33% 3,120 23.67% 13,183 43.42%
45th 9,341 59.24% 6,427 40.76% 15,768 50.30%
46th 8,723 64.68% 4,764 35.32% 13,487 46.18%
47th 10,169 62.97% 5,980 37.03% 16,149 47.79%
48th 8,503 59.35% 5,823 40.65% 14,326 47.37%
49th 5,127 48.38% 5,471 51.62% 10,598 41.53%
50th 6,249 60.90% 4,012 39.10% 10,261 40.76%

See also

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