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Raleigh mayoral election, 2015

The biennial election for the Mayor of Raleigh, North Carolina was held on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. The election was nonpartisan. Incumbent Mayor Nancy McFarlane won a third term in office.[1][2]

Contents

  • Candidates 1
  • Results 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4

Candidates

  • Nancy McFarlane, Mayor since 2011, former City Council member
  • Dr. Robert “Bob” Weltzin, chiropractor and candidate for Mayor in 2013[3]

Results

2015 Raleigh mayoral election - Unofficial results[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
No party on ballot[5] Nancy McFarlane 26,677 74.36 +2
No party on ballot[6] Robert Weltzin 9,053 25.23
Other Write-ins 147 0.41
Turnout 42,103

Notes

  1. ^ Independent Weekly
  2. ^ WRAL: McFarlane re-elected; two Raleigh councilmen lose
  3. ^ Independent Weekly: A whole bunch of people filed for Raleigh City Council today
  4. ^ State Board of Elections
  5. ^ McFarlane is registered Unaffiliated (Independent).
  6. ^ Weltzin is registered as a Republican.

External links

  • Wake County Board of Elections
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