1991 Baltimore mayoral election

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Baltimore mayoral election, 1991
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Candidate Kurt Schmoke Samuel A. Culotta
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 66,969 25,859
Percentage 72.14% 27.86%

Mayor before election

Kurt Schmoke
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Kurt Schmoke
Democratic

The 1991 Baltimore mayoral election saw the reelection of incumbent mayor Kurt Schmoke.

Nominations[edit]

Primary elections were held September 12.[1]

Democratic primary[edit]

Democratic primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kurt Schmoke (incumbent) 63,229 57.60%
Democratic Clarence Du Burns 32,612 29.71%
Democratic William A. Swisher 10,741 9.78%
Democratic Gene L. Michaels 1,076 0.98%
Democratic John B. Ascher 852 0.78%
Democratic Philip C. Dypsky Sr. 677 0.62%
Democratic Sheila Hopkins 315 0.29%
Democratic Ronald W. Williams 277 0.25%
Total votes 109,779

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Samuel A. Culotta 1,712 29.24%
Republican Joseph A. Scalia 1,627 27.79%
Republican Bruce K. Price 1,490 25.45%
Republican Roy F. Carraher 525 8.97%
Republican William Edward Roberts Sr. 360 6.15%
Republican Dan Heigel 141 2.41%
Total votes 5,855

General election[edit]

The general election was held November 15.[1]

Baltimore mayoral general election, 1991[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kurt Schmoke (incumbent) 66,969 72.14%
Republican Samuel A. Culotta 25,859 27.86%
Total votes 92,828
Democratic hold

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "1991 Baltimore City Election". Maryland State Board of Elections. Retrieved May 6, 2019.