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2017 Birmingham, Alabama mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 Birmingham, Alabama mayoral election
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Randall Woodfin (1).jpg
William A. Bell (1).jpg
Candidate Randall Woodfin William A. Bell
Party Democratic Democratic
Popular vote 24,922 17,357
Percentage 58.95% 41.05%

The 2017 mayoral election in Birmingham, Alabama took place on August 22, 2017, alongside municipal races for the Birmingham City Council and Birmingham Board of Education. In a field of twelve candidates, Randall Woodfin came in first ahead of incumbent William A. Bell. As neither reached the 50 percent threshold, a runoff election was held on October 3, 2017 when Woodfin was elected with over 58 percent of the vote.[1]

Results

Runoff Mayoral Election, October 3, 2017[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Randall Woodfin 24,922 58.95
Democratic William A. Bell (incumbent) 17,357 41.05
Total votes 42,279 100.00
General Mayoral Election, August 22, 2017[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Randall Woodfin 15,668 40.84
Democratic William A. Bell (incumbent) 14,025 36.55
Democratic Chris Woods 6,961 18.14
Democratic Frank Matthews 532 1.39
Democratic Patricia Bell 264 0.69
Democratic Randy Davis 256 0.67
Democratic E. Philemon Hill 205 0.53
Democratic Fernandez Sims 170 0.44
Democratic Trudy Hunter 165 0.43
Democratic Carl Jackson 50 0.13
Democratic Lanny Jackson 41 0.11
Democratic Donald Lomax 29 0.08
Total votes 38,366 100.00

References

  1. ^ Edgemon, Erin (October 3, 2017). "Randall Woodfin is Birmingham's next mayor". AL.com. Alabama Media Group. Retrieved January 4, 2018.
  2. ^ "2017 October 3 - Mayor, Council & School Board Runoff Election" (PDF). Birmingham City Clerk's Office.
  3. ^ "2017 August 22 - Mayor, Council & School Board Regular Election" (PDF). Birmingham City Clerk's Office.
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