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Las Vegas mayoral election, 2011

 

Las Vegas mayoral election, 2011

The 2011 Las Vegas mayoral election took place on June 7, 2011. Incumbent Mayor Oscar Goodman was ineligible to run for a fourth term due to term limits.[1]

Leading primary election candidates

Primary election

Las Vegas Mayoral primary election results[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Carolyn Goodman 18,040 37.28%
Nonpartisan Chris Giunchigliani 8,395 17.35%
Nonpartisan Larry Brown 8,380 17.32%
Nonpartisan Victor Chaltiel 6,763 13.98%
Nonpartisan Steven D. Ross 3,053 6.31%
Nonpartisan George Harris 2,509 5.18%
Nonpartisan Katie Duncan 485 1.00%
Nonpartisan Angel F. Vasquez 145 0.30%
Nonpartisan Anthony Wernicke 142 0.29%
Nonpartisan Deborah Love 98 0.20%
Nonpartisan Christine Montez 83 0.17%
Nonpartisan Duke A. Breuer 63 0.13%
Nonpartisan Joe Falco 60 0.12%
Nonpartisan Abdul H. Shabazz 47 0.10%
Nonpartisan Tim Gamble 41 0.08%
Nonpartisan Marlene Rogoff 36 0.07%
Nonpartisan Larry M. Jeppesen 31 0.06%
Nonpartisan Ed Uehling 21 0.04%
Totals 48,392 100.00%

General election candidates

General election

Las Vegas Mayoral general election results[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Carolyn Goodman 33,104 60.51%
Nonpartisan Chris Giunchigliani 21,601 39.49%
Totals 54,705 100.00%

References

  1. ^ The real primary race for Las Vegas mayor was for second place - Las Vegas Sun News
  2. ^ http://redrock.co.clark.nv.us/electionresults/Results_pv.aspx?c=11P&e=2011%20MUNICIPAL%20PRIMARY%20(04/05/2011)
  3. ^ http://redrock.co.clark.nv.us/electionresults/Results_pv.aspx?c=11G&e=2011%20MUNICIPAL%20GENERAL%20(06/07/2011)
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