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Boston mayoral election, 2001

The Boston mayoral election of 2001 occurred on Tuesday, November 6, 2001 between incumbent mayor Thomas Menino and City Councilor Peggy Davis-Mullen. Menino was re-elected to a third term.

The nonpartisan municipal preliminary election was held on September 25, 2001.

By finishing second, Mullen became the second woman to be a finalist for mayor in city history.

Candidates

Candidates eliminated in primary

Results

Candidates Primary Election[1] General Election[1]
Votes % Votes %
Thomas Menino 31,715 73.37 68,011 76.06
Peggy Davis-Mullen 9,958 23.04 21,393 23.93
Althea Garrison 1,552 3.59

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Election Results". Cityofboston.gov. The City of Boston. Retrieved 5 June 2011. 


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