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2000 Mayoral Elections
92 percent of Incumbent Mayors Running for Re-Election Victorious Through May

May 15, 2000


Although 38 new mayors have taken or will take office in the first five months of 2000, incumbents who ran for office won 23 of 25 races, or 92 percent, during that same period.

Below are 61 election results that the U.S. Conference of Mayors has gathered for cities with populations of 30,000 and above. For frequent updates to this list, please refer to the Mayoral Elections Database on the Conference web site (www.usmayors.org). To report an election result, please contact Art Slater by phone (202.293.7330) or by e-mail (aslater@usmayors.org).

State City  Winner
Alaska

Anchorage  

George Wuerch
Arizona
Chandler     Jay Tibshraeny  
Glendale                   Elaine M. Scruggs      
Mesa       Keno Hawker

Tempe          

Neil G. Giuliano
California

Arcadia         

Gary Kovacic
Bakersfield  Harvey L. Hall
Bell       George Cole
Bell Gardens       Ramiro Morales
Bellflower   Randy Bomgaars
Beverly Hills       Vicki Reynolds
Cerritos     Robert Hughlett, Ed.D.
Colton       Deirdre H. Bennett (Acting)
Culver City   David Hauptman
Davis       Ken Wagstaff
Glendale     Dave Weaver
Huntington Park       Thomas E. Jackson
La Mirada       Dr. C. David Peters
La Puente       Lola K. Storing
Lakewood     Wayne E. Piercy
Lancaster    Frank C. Roberts
Norwalk      Cheri Kelley
Paramount   Manuel E Guillen
Pico Rivera       Garth G. Gardner
San Gabriel       Harry L. Baldwin
Temple City   Thomas D. Breazeal
Whittier      Allan Zolnekoff

Florida

Coconut Creek       Marilyn Gerber
Coral Springs       John Sommerer
Davie       Harry Venis
Delray Beach  David Schmidt
Dunedin      Tom Anderson
Fort Lauderdale       Jim Naugle
Hollywood    Mara Giulianti
Largo       Robert E. Jackson
Margate      Arlene R. Schwartz
Pembroke Pines       Alex G. Fekete
Pinellas Park       William F. ‘Bill' Mischler
Pompano Beach       William ‘Bill' Griffin
Sarasota     Gene M. Pillot
Tamarac      Joe Schreiber
Wellington   Tom Wenham
Illinois
Des Plaines       Anthony W. Arredia (Acting)
Kansas
Hutchinson       Patrick McCreary
Lawrence     James R. Henry
Leavenworth      Kenneth R. Bower
Manhattan    Karen McCulloh
Salina       Alan E. Jilka
Kentucky
Covington    James G. Eggemeier (interim)
Louisiana
Lake Charles       Randy Roache
Monroe       Melvin Rambin
Massachusetts
Natick       Jay H. Ball
Missouri
St. Peters       Thomas W. Brown
New Mexico
Clovis       David Lansford
Oklahoma
Moore       Glenn Lewis
Rhode Island
Warwick      Scott Avedisian
Virginia
Alexandria   Kerry J. Donley
Manassas     Marvin L. Gillum
Wisconsin
Kenosha      John Antaramian
West Allis       Jeannette Bell

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