The mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio, is elected directly in a nonpartisan election separate from the City Council election. Until 2001, the candidate who received the most votes in the City Council election would become mayor. Mayoral candidates in the general election are chosen in an open primary.
Bold type indicates winner. Italic type indicates incumbent.
|2013||John Cranley: 33,428||Roxanne Qualls (D): 24,288 |
|2009||Mark Mallory: 38,645||Brad Wenstrup: 32,424||Tom Chandler: 51|
|2005||Mark Mallory: 36,200||David Pepper (D): 33,664|
|2001||Charlie Luken: 47,755||Courtis Fuller: 38,494|
As of 2001, the mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio, is elected directly in a separate election. Prior to that, it was the candidate who received the most votes in the city council election. Candidates in the general election are chosen in an open primary. in 2013, John Cranley (D), defeated Roxanne Qualls (D).
Italic type indicates incumbent.
|Date||Winning Candidates||Losing Candidates|
|2001||Courtis Fuller (C): 17,091
Charles J. Luken (D): 12,077
|Bill Brodberger (ind.): 1,763|
Michael Riley (ind.): 651
Notes and references
- Tom Chandler was a write-in candidate.
- David Pepper was a Democratic member of the Cincinnati city council running as a Democrat in the mayoral race. The mayoral primary is open and the top 2 vote getters in the 2005 primary were Democrats Mallory and Pepper.
- Courtis Fuller was a lifelong registered Democrat running as a Charterite.