Peoria, Illinois mayoral election, 2001

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Peoria mayoral election, 2001
← 1997 April 3, 2001 2005 →
 
Nominee David P. Ransburg Gary V. Sandberg
Popular vote 13,964 7,506
Percentage 65.04% 34.96%

Mayor before election

Lowell "Bud" Greives
Independent

Elected Mayor

David P. Ransburg
Independent

The Peoria mayoral election of 2001 took place on April 3 of that year. Incumbent Mayor Lowell "Bud" Greives did not seek re-election. The election was won by David P. Ransburg.

Results

2001 mayoral election, Peoria, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent David P. Ransburg 13,964 65.04 N/A
Independent Gary V. Sandberg 7,506 34.96 N/A
Majority 6,458 30.08 +27.61
Turnout 21,470
Independent hold Swing

Primary

Elections in Peoria are not two-round. The first is a primary, and even if a candidate wins a majority of the votes, there is still a consolidated election between the two highest vote-getters.

The primary election was held on February 27, 2001.

2001 mayoral election, Peoria, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent David P. Ransburg 7,569 63.18 N/A
Independent Gary V. Sandberg 2,745 22.91 N/A
Independent Edward C. Murphy 1,667 13.91 N/A
Majority 4,824 40.26 N/A
Turnout 11,981 17.70
Independent hold Swing

Resources

Peoria election commission.

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