2011 Jacksonville mayoral election

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Jacksonville mayoral election, 2011

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Nominee Alvin Brown Mike Hogan Audrey Moran
Party Democratic Republican Republican
First round vote 37,747 52,072 33,003
First round percentage 24.73% 34.12% 21.62%
Second round vote 97,307 95,645
Second round percentage 50.43% 49.57%

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Nominee Rick Mullaney
Party Republican
First round vote 23,598
First round percentage 15.46%

Mayor before election

John Peyton
Republican

Elected Mayor

Alvin Brown
Democratic

The Jacksonville mayoral election of 2011 determined the Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida. A blanket primary with six candidates together on the same ballot took place March 22, 2011. As no candidate received a majority of the vote, a runoff election between the top two vote-getters, Republican Mike Hogan and Democrat Alvin Brown, took place on May 17, 2011. In a close race, Brown defeated Hogan to become Jacksonville's first African-American mayor.

General election[edit]

Jacksonville Mayoral election, 2011[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mike Hogan 52,072 34.12%
Democratic Alvin Brown 37,747 24.73%
Republican Audrey Moran 33,003 21.62%
Republican Rick Mullaney 23,598 15.46%
Democratic Warren Lee 3,726 2.44%
Independent Steve Irvine 2,120 1.39%
Write-in 358 0.23%
Total votes 152,624

Runoff election[edit]

Jacksonville Mayoral election, 2011[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alvin Brown 97,307 50.43%
Republican Mike Hogan 95,645 49.57%
Total votes 192,952 100.00

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011 Duval County First Election 3/22/2011". Duval County Board of Elections. 2 May 2011. Retrieved 24 May 2019.
  2. ^ "2011 Duval County General Election 5/17/2011". Duval County Board of Elections. 31 May 2011. Retrieved 24 May 2019.