Chicago Municipal Mayoral elections 2019 Voting Live Results Primary Candidates

Chicago Municipal Mayoral elections 2019 Voting Live Results 

Chicago Municipal Mayoral General Election Date – 26th February 2019

Run Off Election if required on 2nd April 2019

An election for Mayor of Chicago is scheduled to be held on February 26, 2019. The election is officially nonpartisan, and the winner will be elected to a four-year term. If no candidate receives a majority of votes, a runoff election will be held on April 2, 2019. The elections are concurrent with the 2019 Chicago aldermanic elections that will elect all 50 members of the city council, as well as with elections for city clerk and city treasurer.  Incumbent mayor Rahm Emanuel initially announced he would run for a third term but withdrew in September 2018. Emanuel was first elected in 2011 (winning in the first round with 55.19% of the vote) and reelected in 2015 (receiving 55.7% of the vote in the runoff election).  Due to the time needed to complete process of reviewing nearly 200 challenges to candidate petitions in the mayoral race and other municipal elections, the start of the early voting period has been delayed to January 29 from its previously scheduled January 17 date

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Chicago Municipal elections 2019 Live Voting

  1. Voting to start on 26th February 2019.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in cities to select party nominees .

 

 

 

Chicago Municipal elections 2019 Live Results

Results will come only when voting gets over at 8 PM.

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Chicago Municipal elections 2019 Candidates

  1. Gery Chico
  2. William M. Daley
  3. Amara Enyia
  4. Robert Fioretti
  5. La Shawn Ford
  6. Neal Sáles-Griffin
  7. Jerry Joyce
  8. John Kozlar
  9. Lori Lightfoot
  10. Garry McCarthy
  11. Susana Mendoza
  12. Toni Preckwinkle
  13. Paul Vallas
  14. Willie Wilson

 

 


Chicago Municipal elections 2019 Opinion Poll


Poll source
Date(s) Sample Gery Bill Susana Toni Paul Willie
  administered size Chico Daley Mendoza Preckwinkle Vallas Wilson

2019
               
We Ask America January 10-15 644 9.30% 12.10% 8.70% 12.70% 4.30% 9.00%

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New Orleans Louisiana Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Results Live Voting

New Orleans Louisiana Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Results Live Voting

New Orleans Louisiana Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 3rd October 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

  1. The city of New Orleans, Louisiana,  primary elections for mayor and seven city council seats on October 14, 2017.
  2. Democrats hold all seven of the city council seats heading into the election and will hold a majority after the election because of all-Democratic races for five of seven seats. A general election will take place on November 18, 2017, for races where no candidate receives 50 percent of the primary vote.
  3. The filing deadline for this election was July 14, 2017
  4. New Orleans' 2017 election is the first election under a new calendar approved by the Louisiana State Legislature in 2013. Prior to 2017, the municipal primary in New Orleans took place in February with a March general election for races without candidates receiving 50 percent or more of the primary vote.
  5. The calendar was changed because the elections coincided with Mardi Gras celebrations. Winners in the 2017 election will be sworn into office on June 1, 2018, with inaugurations moving to January following the 2021 election

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New Orleans Louisiana Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting 

  1. Voting to start on 14th October 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in New Orleans.
  3. In Louisiana, the city of New Orleans is holding an election for mayor and five seats on the city council in 2017. City council districts 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 are up for election. Incumbents are running for re-election in all but District 5, where incumbent Dan Lewis filed to run for mayor instead of city council.
  4. A general election will take place on October 3, 2017. A runoff election will take place on November 7, 2017, if no candidate receives a majority of votes in the general election.

New Orleans Louisiana Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Results

Results will come only when voting gets over at 8 PM.

 

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New Orleans Louisiana Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

 

Incumbent Stacy Head (D) is unable to run for re-election due to term limits.
Primary election
Joseph Bouie
Kenneth Cutno
Helena Moreno

 

 

 


New Orleans Louisiana Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Opinion Poll

 


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Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal Election 2017 Primary Results Live

Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal Election 2017 Primary Results Live

Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 3rd October 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

  1. The 2017 Charlotte mayoral election is set to take place on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Party primary elections were held on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Second-round primaries would have been held on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, if they had been necessary, but both primary winners received more than the minimum 40 percent of the vote needed to avoid a runoff. The incumbent, Democrat Jennifer Roberts, was eligible to run for a second two-year term. She ran but lost the Democratic nomination in the primary. Two members of the City Council, Democrat Vi Lyles and Republican Kenny Smith, won the primaries and advanced to face each other in the general election.

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Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Primary Run Off Live Results

Results would be announced on 10th October 2017 evening once the voting gets over.

Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Primary Run Off

  1. Voting to start on 10th  October 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in Charlotte.

 

Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Democratic Primary Results

Candidates

  Democratic Primary Election – Sept. 12
Candidate Party Votes Percent
Vi Lyles Democratic 15773 46.15%
Jennifer Roberts Democratic 12375 36.21%
Joel Ford Democratic 5452 15.95%
Constance Partee (Connie) Johnson Democratic 310 0.91%
Lucille Puckett Democratic 267 0.78%

 

Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Republican Primary Results

Candidates   Republican Primary Election – Sept. 12
Candidate Party Votes Percent
Kenny Smith Republican 7912 88.63%
Gary M. Dunn Republican 553 6.19%
Kimberley Paige Barnette Republican 462 5.18%

 

 

 


Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

Democratic Candidate List

Jennifer Roberts, incumbent
Joel Ford, North Carolina State Senator
Vi Lyles, Charlotte City Councilwoman
Constance Partee-Johnson
Lucille Puckett

 


Charlotte North Carolina Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Opinion Poll

 


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Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal Election 2017 Results Live

Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal Election 2017 Results Live

Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 3rd October 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

  1. The 2017 Albuquerque mayoral election is a nonpartisan election, to be held on October 3, 2017, to choose the next mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Richard J. Berry, the incumbent mayor, will not seek reelection. This will be the first mayoral election in Albuquerque without an incumbent candidate in twenty years. All candidates run on the same ballot. If no candidate reaches 50% of the vote, a runoff election is held between the top two finishers.
  2. The race is non-partisan (i.e., party affiliations do not appear on the ballot). However, "although the election is nonpartisan, a candidate’s political affiliation obviously can play a role in the campaign." In order to appear on the ballot, a candidate must collect 3,000 signatures from Albuquerque registered voters and submit them to the city clerk's office.
  3. The maximum allowed campaign contribution that may be given to a candidate is $5,193 per person or company, which is 5% of the mayor's salary.

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Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Results

Voting has closed results to be declared very soon.

Tim Keller and Dan Lewis advanced to Run Off on 14th November 2017.

Candidate Party Votes Percentage
Tim Keller i D 36,729 votes  39% votes 
Dan Lewis i GOP 21,510 votes  23% votes 
Brian Colon i D 7,961 votes  16% votes 
Wayne Johnson i GOP 5,119 votes  11% votes 
Gus Pedrotty i D 2,468 votes  5% votes 
Michelle Garcia Holmes i D 2,073 votes  4% votes 
Ricardo Chaves i GOP 311 votes  1% votes 
Susan Wheeler-Deichsel i   245 votes 1% votes 
Total   48416  

Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting 

  1. Voting to start on 3rd October 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in Albuquerque.
  3. In New Mexico, the city of Albuquerque is holding an election for mayor and five seats on the city council in 2017. City council districts 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 are up for election. Incumbents are running for re-election in all but District 5, where incumbent Dan Lewis filed to run for mayor instead of city council.
  4. A general election will take place on October 3, 2017. A runoff election will take place on November 7, 2017, if no candidate receives a majority of votes in the general election.

 

 


Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

  1. Ricardo Chaves, founder of Parking Company of America — Republican
  2. Brian Colón, former chairman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico — Democrat
  3. Michelle Garcia Holmes, former chief of staff for the Attorney General's Office, retired Albuquerque police detective — independent
  4. Wayne Johnson, Bernalillo County Commissioner — Republican[5]
  5. Tim Keller, State Auditor — Democrat
  6. Dan Lewis, City Councilor — Republican
  7. Augustus "Gus" Pedrotty, University of New Mexico undergraduate student
  8. Susan Wheeler-Deichsel, co-founder of Urban ABQ, a civic group — independent

Mayor

  1.  

 

 


Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Opinion Poll

 


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Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal Election 2017 Voting Live Results

Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results

Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 3rd October 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

  1. The 2017 Albuquerque mayoral election is a nonpartisan election, to be held on October 3, 2017, to choose the next mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Richard J. Berry, the incumbent mayor, will not seek reelection. This will be the first mayoral election in Albuquerque without an incumbent candidate in twenty years. All candidates run on the same ballot. If no candidate reaches 50% of the vote, a runoff election is held between the top two finishers.
  2. The race is non-partisan (i.e., party affiliations do not appear on the ballot). However, "although the election is nonpartisan, a candidate’s political affiliation obviously can play a role in the campaign." In order to appear on the ballot, a candidate must collect 3,000 signatures from Albuquerque registered voters and submit them to the city clerk's office.
  3. The maximum allowed campaign contribution that may be given to a candidate is $5,193 per person or company, which is 5% of the mayor's salary.

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Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting 

  1. Voting to start on 3rd October 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in Albuquerque.
  3. In New Mexico, the city of Albuquerque is holding an election for mayor and five seats on the city council in 2017. City council districts 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 are up for election. Incumbents are running for re-election in all but District 5, where incumbent Dan Lewis filed to run for mayor instead of city council.
  4. A general election will take place on October 3, 2017. A runoff election will take place on November 7, 2017, if no candidate receives a majority of votes in the general election.

Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Results

Results will come only when voting gets over at 8 PM.

 

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Albuquerque New Mexico Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

  1. Ricardo Chaves, founder of Parking Company of America — Republican
  2. Brian Colón, former chairman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico — Democrat
  3. Michelle Garcia Holmes, former chief of staff for the Attorney General's Office, retired Albuquerque police detective — independent
  4. Wayne Johnson, Bernalillo County Commissioner — Republican[5]
  5. Tim Keller, State Auditor — Democrat
  6. Dan Lewis, City Councilor — Republican
  7. Augustus "Gus" Pedrotty, University of New Mexico undergraduate student
  8. Susan Wheeler-Deichsel, co-founder of Urban ABQ, a civic group — independent

Mayor

  1.  

 

 


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Birmingham Alabama Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Run Off Results Live

Birmingham Alabama Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Run Off Results Live 

Birmingham Alabama Mayoral Municipal Run Off Election Date – 3rd October 2017

The city of Birmingham, Alabama, is holding elections for mayor and city council in 2017 on 3rd October for Run Off elections.

Randall Woodfin and William Bell Have advanced to the Run Off on 3rd October 2017.
All 9 seats on the city council are up for election, and incumbents are seeking re-election in every district except the ninth.
No candidate is unopposed, and there are 44 candidates running for the nine city council seats.
A general election will take place on August 22, 2017, with a runoff election if necessary on October 3, 2017.
Candidates elected in this election will be sworn in on October 24, 2017.

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Birmingham Alabama Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Run Off Results

Woodfin Wins Incumbent William Bell loses.
(70of 71 polling stations reporting)

Candidate
Votes Percentage
Randall Woodfin 24910 58%
William Bell 17353 41%
Total

Birmingham Alabama Mayoral Municipal General elections 2017 Live Results

100% counting is completed. Randall Woodfin and William Bell Have advanced to the Run Off on 3rd October 2017.

William Bell is the incumbent Mayor and is hoping to get re-elected. On 21st September Debate boosted about the work done till now.

Candidate
Votes Percentage
Randall Woodfin i 15,656 41%
William Bell i 14,011 37%
Chris Woods i 6,957 18%
Frank Matthews i 531 1%
Patricia Bell i 262 1%
Randy Davis i 256 1%
Philemon Hill i 205 1%
Fernandez Sims i 170 0%
Trudy Hunter i 165 0%
Carl Jackson i 50 0%
Lanny Jackson i 41 0%
Donald Lomax i 29 0%
Total 38333  

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Candidate
Votes Percentage
Lashunda Scales i 2,845 votes  69% votes 
Sherman Collins Jr. i 1,298 votes  31% votes 
Total 4143  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

88% Reporting 7 of 8 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 2
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
Hunter Williams i 1,122 votes  31% votes 
Kim Rafferty i 664 votes  18% votes 
Deanna Reed i 556 votes  15% votes 
Lawrence Conaway i 447 votes  12% votes 
Tyrone Williams i 358 votes  10% votes 
Kimberly Jeanty i 311 votes  9% votes 
Stephen Murphy i 176 votes  5% votes 
Jordan Thompson i 0 votes  0% votes 
Total 3634  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

94% Reporting 15 of 16 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 3
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
Valerie Abbott i 2,547 votes  65% votes 
Ryan Jones i 1,265 votes  32% votes 
Rowan Henderson i 111 votes  3% votes 
Total 3923  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

92% Reporting 11 of 12 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 4
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
William Parker i 1,770 votes  75% votes 
Mary Jean LaMay i 237 votes  10% votes 
Cory Pettway i 233 votes  10% votes 
Sergio Williams i 133 votes  6% votes 
Total 2373  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

63% Reporting 12 of 19 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 5
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
Johnathan Austin i 1,364 votes  38% votes 
Darrell O'Quinn i 1,104 votes  31% votes 
Dorothea Crosby i 483 votes  14% votes 
Jeremy Schatz i 293 votes  8% votes 
Robert Walker i 162 votes  5% votes 
Erica Robbins i 138 votes  4% votes 
Charles Ball i 0 votes  0% votes 
Total 3544  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

84% Reporting 16 of 19 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 6
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
Sheila Tyson i 3,139 votes  80% votes 
Keith Mims i 600 votes  15% votes 
Keith Williams i 209 votes  5% votes 
Total 3948  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

94% Reporting 15 of 16 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 7
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
Jay Roberson i 2,667 votes  58% votes 
Lonnie Malone i 961 votes  21% votes 
Jeff Rowser i 489 votes  11% votes 
Hosea Lewis i 291 votes  6% votes 
Titus Battle i 185 votes  4% votes 
Total 4593  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

93% Reporting 14 of 15 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 8
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
Steven Hoyt i 2,319 votes  62% votes 
Adlai Trone i 538 votes  14% votes 
Gerri Robinson i 473 votes  13% votes 
Lynette Peters i 414 votes  11% votes 
Total 3744  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Min: 0% Max: 100% 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

92% Reporting 12 of 13 Precincts 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birmingham City Council – District 9
   
     
Candidate
Votes Percentage
Roderick Royal i 1,522 votes  31% votes 
John Hilliard i 1,071 votes  22% votes 
Reginald Swanson i 637 votes  13% votes 
Wendell Major i 478 votes  10% votes 
Angene Coleman i 412 votes  8% votes 
James Williams i 312 votes  6% votes 
Eric Hall i 273 votes  6% votes 
David Russell i 221 votes  4% votes 
Total 4926  

Birmingham Alabama Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting

  1. Voting to start on 22nd August 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in cities throughout Birmingham to select party nominees .
  3. Forty-four candidates are contesting for nine seats on the Birmingham City Council
  4. Candidates for Mayoral Elections are :-
  5. Incumbent Mayor William Bell, Randall Woodfin,
  6. Chris Woods, Randy Davis,  Fernandez Sims,
  7. Patricia Bell,  Frank Matthews, Philemon Hill,
  8. Trudy Hunter, Lanny Jackson, Carl Jackson and Donald Lomax. 

Birmingham Alabama Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

For Mayor Elections Following are the Candidates.

Mayor

  1. Patricia Bell
  2. William Bell Sr. (I)
  3. Ronaldo Davis
  4. Ervin Hill II
  5. Angela-Gertrudis Hunter
  6. Carl Jackson
  7. Lanny Jackson
  8. Donald Lomax
  9. Frank Matthews
  10. Brother Sims (Pastor Fernandez Sims)
  11. Randall Woodfin
  12. Chris Woods 
District 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

District 5
District 8
 Lashunda Scales (i)  Johnathan Austin (i)   Steven W. Hoyt (i)
 Sherman Collins Jr.  Dorothea Crosby  Lynette Peters
District 2  Chris Davis  Gerri Robinson
 Kim Rafferty (i)  Darrell O'Quinn  Adlai Trone
 Lawrence Conaway  Erica Robbins District 9
 Kimberly Jeanty  Jeremy Schatz  Angene Coleman
 Stephen Murphy   Robert Walker  Eric Hall
 Deanna Reed District 6  John Hilliard
 Jordan Thompson   Sheila Tyson (i)   Wendell Major
 Hunter Williams   Keith Mims  Roderick Royal
 Tyrone Williams  Keith Williams  David Russell
District 3 District 7  Reginald Swanson
 Valerie Abbott (i)  Jay Roberson (i)  James Williams Jr.
 Rowen Henderson  Titus Battle   
 Ryan Jones  Hosea Lewis  
District 4  Lonnie Malone   
 William Parker (i)  Jeff Rowser  
 Mary Jean LaMay     
 Qunelius "Cory" Pettway    
 Sergio Williams    

 

 


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New York Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Results Live Primary Winner

New York Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results 

New York Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 12th September 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

An election for Mayor of New York City will be held on November 7, 2017. Bill de Blasio, the incumbent mayor, is eligible to run for a second term and has won the Democratic Primary.
Bill de Blasio was elected Mayor of New York City in 2013, with his term beginning January 1, 2014. Mayor De Blasio is eligible for re-election and has declared his intent to seek the Democratic nomination again.
As per Jerry Skurnik's blog, the following Democrats and Republicans have filed their petitions to have their names on the ballot during the primary elections. They are as follows: Democrats – Bill De Blasio, Sal Albanese, Robert Gangi, Richard Bashner and Michael Tolkin; Republicans – Nicole Malliotakis, Rocky De La Fuente and Walter Iwachiw.

There were two mayoral primary debates on August 16th and August 23rd before the primary election on September 12, 2017. Also scheduled will be two general election debates on October 10th and November 1st

 

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New York Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Results Primary Live

Democratic Primary results 2017

Candidate Votes %
Bill de Blasio* 

 

 

234856 73.80%
Albanese Sal Albanese  50400 15.80%
Tolkin Michael Tolkin  15215 4.80%
Gangi Robert Gangi  9900 3.10%
Bashner Richard Bashner  7735 2.40%

Other CIty Council Results New York Municipal Elections 2017

City Council    
District Dist.
Leader   Rpt.
1 Dem. 46%Margaret Chin* Dem. 44%Christopher Marte Dem. 98.00%
2 Dem. 64%Carlina Rivera Dem. 14%Mary Silver Dem. 78.00%
4 Dem. 41%Keith Powers Dem. 23%Marti Speranza Dem. 75.00%
5 Dem. 75%Ben Kallos* Dem. 15%Gwen Goodwin Dem. 85.00%
6 Dem. 66%Helen Rosenthal* Dem. 30%Mel Wymore Dem. 82.00%
7 Dem. 74%Mark Levine* Dem. 26%Thomas Lopez-Pierre Dem. 94.00%
8 Dem. 44%Diana Ayala Dem. 42%Robert Rodriguez Dem. 85.00%
9 Dem. 50%Bill Perkins* Dem. 20%Marvin Holland Dem. 92.00%
10 Dem. 61%Ydanis Rodriguez* Dem. 32%Josue Perez Dem. 91.00%
12 Dem. 69%Andy King* Dem. 27%Pamela Hamilton-Johnson Dem. 92.00%

New York Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting

  1. Voting to start on 12th September 2017.
  2. The primaries are today — from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m
  3. Primary Elections are to be held
  4. Bronx County, New York
  5. Buffalo, New York
  6. Erie County, New York
  7. Kings County, New York
  8. New York City, New York
  9. New York County, New York
  10. Queens County, New York
  11. Trudy Hunter, Lanny Jackson, Carl Jackson and Donald Lomax.
  12. On August 1, 2017, the City Board of Elections determined in a hearing that Rocky De La Fuente did not receive enough petition signatures to qualify for the primary Republican ballot in September. With the disqualification of Rocky De La Fuente on the primary ballot and the remaining Republican candidate, Walter Iwachiw, not reporting any fundraising for this election, Nicole Malliotakis is the remaining candidate that will secure the Republican nominee for NYC Mayor.

 

New York Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

 

For Mayor Elections Following are the Candidates.

Democratic Candidates

  1. Sal Albanese, former City Councilman and candidate for mayor in 1997 and 2013
  2. Richard Bashner, real estate attorney
  3. Bill de Blasio, incumbent mayor
  4. Robert Gangi, activist
  5. Mike Tolkin, entrepreneur

Republican primary – Candidates
Nicole Malliotakis, State Assemblywoman


New York Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Opinion Poll

Poll source

 

 

 

 

Date(s) Sample Margin of Bill Nicole
  administered size error de Blasio (D) Malliotakis (R)
Quinnipiac University July 20–26, 2017 877 ± 4.1% 52.00% 15.00%
        57.00% 22.00%
Quinnipiac University May 10–16, 2017 1019 ± 3.1% 64.00% 21.00%

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New York Erie Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results Primary Candidates

New York Erie Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results 

New York Erie Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 12th September 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

Erie County in New York will hold a general election for county officials on November 7, 2017. A primary election will be held on September 12, 2017. Because New York allows cross-filing, most candidates filed to run on multiple party tickets.
All 11 county legislators will be up for election, as well as the county clerk, sheriff, and comptroller. All of the county legislators are running for re-election except Betty Jean Grant of District 2, who is running for mayor of Erie. Sheriff Timothy Howard and Comptroller Stefan Mychajliw Jr. are each facing one opponent, and there is an open race for county clerk
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New York Erie Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting

  1. Voting to start on 12th September 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in cities to select party nominees .
  3. Primary Elections are to be held

New York Erie Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Results

Results will come only when voting gets over at 8 PM.

Candidate Vote % Votes
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New York Erie Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

District 1
Barbara Miller-Williams (i) – Unopposed in Democratic, Independence, Women's Equality, and Working Families primaries
District 2
April Baskin – Unopposed in Women's Equality and Working Families primaries
Democratic primary
April Baskin
Charley Fisher III
Duncan Kirkwood


David Martinez
District 3
Peter Savage III (i) – Unopposed in Democratic, Independence, Women's Equality, and Working Families primaries
Anthony Baney – Unopposed in Green Party primary
District 4
Kevin Hardwick (i) – Unopposed in Republican, Independence, Reform, and Working Families primaries
Brian Phillips – Unopposed in Women's Equality Party primary
District 5
Thomas A. Loughran (i) – Unopposed in Democratic, Women's Equality, and Working Families primaries
Guy Marlette – Unopposed in Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Reform primaries
Ruben Cartagena Jr. – Unopposed in Green Party primary

District 6
Edward Rath III (i) – Unopposed in Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Reform primaries
District 7
Patrick Burke (i) – Unopposed in Democratic and Working Families primaries
District 8
Ted Morton (i) – Unopposed in Republican and Reform primaries
John Bruso – Unopposed in Democratic, Women's Equality, and Working Families primaries
Victor Canastraro II – Unopposed in Green Party primary
Conservative primary
Ted Morton (i)

Susan Marrano
Independence primary
Ted Morton (i)
Julie Bish
District 9
Lynne Dixon (i) – Unopposed in Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Reform primaries
Michael Quinn Jr. – Unopposed in Democratic, Women's Equality, and Working Families primaries
District 10
Joseph Lorigo (i) – Unopposed in Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Reform primaries
Michelle Schoeneman – Unopposed in Democratic, Women's Equality, and Working Families primaries
District 11
John Mills (i) – Unopposed in Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Reform primaries

 


New York Erie Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Opinion Poll


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New York Buffalo Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results Primary Candidates

New York Buffalo Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results 

New York Buffalo Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 12th September 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

The city of Buffalo, New York, is holding an election for mayor and the city court in 2017.
There will be two city court judgeships up for election. Judge Betty Calvo-Torres is running for re-election. Joseph T. Jarzembek and Andrew Lotempio are also running for the court.
The three candidates are competing in the Democratic primary in September.
 A primary election will occur on September 12, 2017. The general election is on November 7, 2017. In New York, candidates may file to run with more than one party.
The filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was July 13, 2017

Do you Know? US Population Demographics Percentage 2017 by City Religion 


New York Buffalo Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting

  1. Voting to start on 12th September 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in cities to select party nominees .
  3. Primary Elections are to be held

New York Buffalo Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Results

Results will come only when voting gets over at 8 PM.

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New York Buffalo Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

For Mayor Elections Following are the Candidates.

Democratic primary (2 seats)
Betty Calvo-Torres (i)
Joseph T. Jarzembek
Andrew Lotempio

 


New York Buffalo Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Opinion Poll


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New York Bronx Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results Primary Candidates

New York Bronx Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live Results 

New York Bronx Mayoral Municipal General Election Date – 12th September 2017

Run Off Election if required on 7th November 2017

Bronx County in New York will hold a general election for borough president on November 7, 2017. Bronx County is also known as the Borough of Bronx. New York allows cross-filing, which means candidates may file to run on multiple party tickets. New York City is also holding elections for mayor, city council, and other city officials in 2017.
A primary election will be held for the three Democratic candidates on September 12, 2017. Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. is running as a Democratic and Working Families Party candidate. Camella Price, who also filed under the Reform Party, and Avery Selkridge are challenging Diaz in the Democratic primary. Republican candidate Steven DeMartis and Conservative Party candidate Antonio Vitiello are also running in the general election

Do you Know? US Population Demographics Percentage 2017 by City Religion 


New York Bronx Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Voting

  1. Voting to start on 12th September 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in cities to select party nominees .
  3. Primary Elections are to be held

New York Bronx Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Live Results

Results will come only when voting gets over at 8 PM.

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New York Bronx Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

For Mayor Elections Following are the Candidates.

Democratic primary
Ruben Diaz Jr. (i)
Camella Price
Avery Selkridge

General election
Ruben Diaz Jr. (i)
Camella Price
Steven DeMartis
Antonio Vitiello 

 


New York Bronx Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Opinion Poll


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