2016 Baton Rouge mayoral election
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Candidate Sharon Weston Broome Bodi White C. Denise Marcelle
Party Democratic Republican Democratic
First-round vote 60,368 56,059 25,477
First-round percentage 32% 20% 13%
Second-round vote 59,637 55,421
Second-round percentage 52% 48%

 
Candidate John Delgado R. J. "Smokie" Bourgeois Darryl Gissel
Party Republican Republican
First-round vote 16,049 11,710 11,228
First-round percentage 8% 6% 6%

Mayor before election

Kip Holden
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Sharon Weston Broome
Democratic

The 2016 Baton Rouge mayoral election was held on November 8 and December 10, 2016, to elect the mayor-president of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Results

First round

First round[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sharon Weston Broome 60,368 32
Republican Bodi White 56,059 20
Democratic C. Denise Marcelle 25,477 13
Republican John Delgado 16,049 8
Republican R. J. "Smokie" Bourgeois 11,710 6
None Darryl Gissel 11,228 6
Democratic Greg LaFleur 3,498 2
Democratic Byron Sharper 2,484 2
Libertarian Rufus Craig 2,002 2
Other Beverly Amador 843 0
Republican Braylon Hyde 805 0
Other Cade Williams 410 0
Total votes 190,933

Runoff

Runoff results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sharon Weston Broome 59,637 52
Republican Bodi White 55,421 48
Total votes 115,058

References

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