2006 Shreveport mayoral election

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Candidate Cedric Glover Jerry Jones
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 35,301 30,678
Percentage 53.50% 46.50%

Mayor before election

Keith Hightower
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Cedric Glover
Democratic

The 2006 Shreveport mayoral election resulted in the election of Democrat Cedric Glover who defeated Republican Jerry Jones in the runoff in the open race to succeed outgoing mayor Keith Hightower. The nonpartisan blanket primary was held on September 30, 2006, and as no candidate obtained the required majority, the general election followed on November 7, 2006.

Results

2006 Mayor of Shreveport primary election[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jerry Jones 19,797 39.23%
Democratic Cedric Glover 16,335 32.37%
Democratic Liz Swaine 6,612 13.10%
Democratic Ed Bradley 4,047 8.02%
Republican Arlena Acree 2,542 5.04%
Republican Max Tatum Malone 603 1.19%
Republican Vernon Adams 300 0.59%
Republican Tim Goeders 114 0.23%
Independent Madjun Ali 52 0.10%
Independent Henry Hodge-Bey 33 0.07%
Independent Wilson Quinby Mcmullan 27 0.05%
Total votes 50,462 100%
2006 Mayor of Shreveport general election[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Cedric Glover 35,301 53.50%
Republican Jerry Jones 30,678 46.50%
Total votes 65,979 100%

References

  1. ^ "September 30 2006 Primary Election Results". Louisiana Department of State. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  2. ^ "November 7 2006 General Election Results". Louisiana Department of State. Retrieved 10 December 2021.