2008 Baton Rouge mayoral election
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Candidate Kip Holden Dan Kyle
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 75,450 12,886
Percentage 71% 12%

 
Candidate Wayne Carter Ron Johnson
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 11,341 6,320
Percentage 11% 6%

Mayor before election

Kip Holden
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Kip Holden
Democratic

The 2008 Baton Rouge mayoral election was held on October 4, 2008, to elect the mayor-president of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It saw the reelection of incumbent mayor-president Kip Holden. Since Holden won an outright majority in the first round, no runoff was necessitated.

Results

Results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kip Holden (incumbent) 75,450 71
Republican Dan Kyle 12,886 12
Republican Wayne Carter 11,341 11
Democratic Ron Johnson 6,320 6
Total votes 105,997

References

  1. ^ Louisiana Secretary of State. "Voter Portal".