|2005 New York City Mayor Results
Filing Deadline: 7/14/05, Independent Filing Deadline: 8/17/05, Primary: 9/13/05, Nomination Deadline: 9/27/05, General Election: 11/8/05,
Last Updated: September 14, 2005
|Notes, List of State Parties, |
|New York City Mayor, 50.9% in '01, 1st term, Next election in 2005, Polls|
|'01 candidate Fernando Ferrer (D) 40.15%,
U.S. Representative Anthony D. Weiner (D) 29.01%,
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields (D) 15.84%,
City Council Speaker Gifford Miller (D) 10.34%,
Christopher X. Brodeur (D) 3.46%,
Arthur Piccolo (D) 1.17%,
write in votes .03%
||Michael R. "Mike" Bloomberg (R, Lib, Ind),
||ex-City Councilman / '90 Congressional nominee Thomas V. "Tom" Ognibene (Cns),
|Anthony "Tony" Gronowicz (G),|
|Jimmy McMillian (Rent is Too Damn High Party),|
|ex-police officer Audrey Silk (L),|
|journal Martin Koppel (SW),|
|teacher Seth A. Blum (Education Party),|
|Bold indicates incumbent.
||Yellow district indicates open races.
|Light Blue boxes indicates Democrats maintained control.
||Light Red boxes indicates Republicans maintained control.
|Blue boxes indicates Democrats took control.
||Red boxes indicates Republicans took control.
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