1995 Birmingham mayoral election

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The 1995 mayoral election for the city of Birmingham was held on October 10, 1995 with six challengers vying for the office held by four-term incumbent Richard Arrington, Jr. 36% of registered voters participated in the election.

Results

Arrington won the election without a run-off

  1. Richard Arrington, Jr: 28,595 votes (54.8%)
  2. Emory Anthony: 16,390 votes (31.4%)
  3. Chris Woods: 4,963 votes (9.5%)
  4. Perry Grant: 1,501 votes (2.9%)
  5. Pat Bell: 547 votes (1%)
  6. Tim Mallhot: 127 votes (0.2%)
  7. Lawrence Carter: 69 votes (0.1%)

References

  • Allers, Robyn, ed. (1999) Birmingham: A City Born Again: The Arrington Years 1979-1999. Birmingham: Elements/Jesse J. Lewis and Associates