2012 Scottsdale Mayoral Election
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2012 Scottsdale Mayoral Election
Scottsdale mayoral election, 2012
← 2008 August 28, 2012[1] 2016 →
Turnout30.52%
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Candidate Jim Lane John Washington
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 21,837 10,161
Percentage 55.36% 25.76%

Mayor before election

Jim Lane
Republican

Elected Mayor

Jim Lane
Republican

The 2008 Scottsdale mayoral election was held on August 28, 2008 to elect the mayor of Scottsdale, Arizona. It saw the reelection of Jim Lane.

Results

Results[1]
Candidate Votes %
W.J. "Jim" Lane (incumbent) 21,837 55.36
John Washington 10,161 25.76
Drew Bernhardt 7,367 18.68
Write-in 83 0.21
Total votes 39,448
Voter turnout 30.52%

References

  1. ^ a b "082812Results.pdf" (PDF). Scottsdale. Retrieved 2019.

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