1965 New Orleans mayoral election
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|Elections in Louisiana|
The New Orleans mayoral election of 1965 resulted in the re-election of Victor Schiro to his second full term as Mayor of New Orleans. No runoff was needed, as Schiro received over 50% of the vote. Elections were held on November 6.
Democratic Party Primary, November 6, 1965
|Candidate||Votes received||Percentage of total vote|
|Addison Roswell Thompson||2,121||1.3%|
Gerald J. Gallinghouse withdrew before the primary to endorse Fitzmorris.
- Orleans Parish Democratic Executive Committee. Mayoralty: First and Second Democratic Primary Elections, 1965.