Chicago mayoral election, 2003

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Chicago Mayoral election, 2003

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Candidate Richard M. Daley Paul Jakes Patricia McAllister
Popular vote 363,553 64,941 27,350
Percentage 78.05% 14.02% 5.90%

Mayor before election

Richard M. Daley

Elected Mayor

Richard M. Daley

The Chicago Mayoral election of 2003 saw incumbent Mayor Richard M. Daley easily reelected against small and divided opposition, resulting in his best electoral showing of his career (78%). All of his opponents had little electoral experience.


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