1959 Baltimore mayoral election
|Elections in Maryland|
The 1959 Baltimore mayoral election saw the election of J. Harold Grady. Grady unseated incumbent mayor Thomas D'Alesandro Jr. in the Democratic primary, and went on to defeat former mayor and governor Theodore McKeldin in the general election.
Incumbent mayor Thomas D'Alesandro was defeated in the primary.
|Democratic||J. Harold Grady||103,358||57.35%|
|Democratic||Thomas D'Alesandro Jr.||70,341||39.03%|
|Democratic||Morgan L. Amaimo||3,626||2.01%|
|Democratic||Edgar N. Gayhardt||1,606||0.89%|
|Democratic||Francis X. McSweeney||1,285||0.71%|
|Republican||Dorothy B. Davis||3,336||15.29%|
|Republican||Louis R. Milio||2,220||10.17%|
The general election was held May 5.
|Republican||Philip H. Goodman||72,745||31.94%|