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Washington, D.C. mayoral election, 2018

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Washington, D.C., mayoral election, 2018

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Muriel Bowser dc.gov photo.jpg
Candidate Muriel Bowser Ann Wilcox Dustin Canter
Party Democratic Independent Independent
Popular vote 162,199 19,979 14,783
Percentage 79.5% 9.8% 7.2%

Mayor before election

Muriel Bowser
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Muriel Bowser
Democratic

The 2018 Washington, D.C., mayoral election took place on November 6, 2018 to elect the Mayor of the District of Columbia. Incumbent Democrat Muriel Bowser won re-election.

In the first 80 days of her re-election campaign, Bowser raised about $1.4 million for her campaign fund.[1] She had no serious challengers in the primary,[2] with only some little-known candidates filing to run against her.[3] Bowser won the June 19 primary with 80% of the vote.

Democratic primary

Candidates

Declared

Declined

Primary results

Results by ward:   Bowser—80–90%   Bowser—70–80%   Bowser—60–70%
Results by ward:
  Bowser—80–90%
  Bowser—70–80%
  Bowser—60–70%
District of Columbia Democratic primary election, 2018[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Muriel Bowser (incumbent) 61,855 80.0
Democratic James Butler 7,915 10.2
Democratic Ernest E. Johnson 4,674 6.0
Democratic Write-ins 2,887 3.7
Total votes 77,331 100.0

Libertarian primary

Candidates

Declared

  • Martin Moulton[9]

Results

Results by ward:   Moulton—100%   Moulton—>90%   Moulton—80–90%   Moulton—70–80%   Moulton—80–90%   Moulton/Write-ins tie—50%
Results by ward:
  Moulton—100%
  Moulton—>90%
  Moulton—80–90%
  Moulton—70–80%
  Moulton—80–90%
  Moulton/Write-ins tie—50%
District of Columbia Libertarian primary election, 2018[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
Libertarian Martin Moulton 98 81.0
Libertarian Write-ins 23 19.0
Total votes 121 100.0

Green primary

Candidates

Declared

  • Ann C. Wilcox[9], Former Ward 2 DC Board of Education member from 1994-1998

Results

Results by ward:   Wilcox—>90%   Wilcox—80–90%   Wilcox—70–80%   Wilcox—50–60%
Results by ward:
  Wilcox—>90%
  Wilcox—80–90%
  Wilcox—70–80%
  Wilcox—50–60%
District of Columbia Green primary election, 2018[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
D.C. Statehood Green Ann C. Wilcox 379 82.2
D.C. Statehood Green Write-ins 82 17.8
Total votes 461 100.0

Independents

Candidates

Declared

  • Dustin "DC" Canter[9]

Results

Washington, D.C. mayoral election, 2018[10]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Muriel Bowser 162,199 79.5
Independent Ann Wilcox 19,979 9.8
Independent Dustin Canter 14,783 7.2
Libertarian Martin Moulton 7,152 3.5
Total votes 204,113 100

References

  1. ^ Bowser raises $1.4 million in first 80 days of reelection campaign, Washington Post (December 12, 2017).
  2. ^ a b Jamison, Peter, It’s official: D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has no serious primary challengers, Washington Post (March 22, 2018)
  3. ^ a b "A student, a homeless man and an ex-lawyer: Who says D.C. mayor has no election challengers?". The Washington Post. March 11, 2018.
  4. ^ Peter, Jamison (September 22, 2017). "D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser announces reelection bid". The Washington Post. Retrieved September 23, 2017.
  5. ^ a b Meet The Two People Challenging D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser In Next Week’s Democratic Primary, WAMU (June 14, 2018).
  6. ^ Active Candidates List, District of Columbia Office of Campaign Finance E-Filing.
  7. ^ Jamison, Peter, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine will not enter mayor's race, Washington Post (September 11, 2017): "D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (D) announced Friday that he will run for reelection to his current seat, putting an end to widespread speculation that he might challenge Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) in 2018."
  8. ^ a b c 2018 Primary Election Results, District of Columbia Board of Elections
  9. ^ a b c District of Columbia Board of Elections List of Candidates in the November 6, 2018 General Election.
  10. ^ "District of Columbia Election Results". The Washington Post. Retrieved November 16, 2018.


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