2010 Bessemer municipal election

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The 2010 Bessemer municipal election will be held in Bessemer to elect a Mayor of Bessemer and to fill open seats in the Bessemer City Council and Bessemer Board of Education. The non-partisan election took place on August 24, 2010, with runoffs on October 5.

Mayor

After the runoff, former City Council candidate Jessie Burrell filed a suit in Circuit Court asking for Gulley to be disqualified because she believed him to actually reside in Hueytown. Judge N. Daniel Rogers dismissed the case, saying his court had no jurisdiction over the matter.

City Council

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

District 7

Board of Education

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

District 7

References

  • Debro, Anita (July 20, 2010) "Six qualify to run for mayor of Bessemer." Birmingham News
  • "Election results: Bessemer mayor and council, Mountain Brook council, Vestavia Hills referendum." (August 24, 2010) Birmingham News
  • Debro, Anita (September 15, 2010) "Judge dismisses challenge to residency of Bessemer mayoral candidate." Birmingham News
  • Norris, Toraine (October 5, 2010) "Kenneth Gulley defeats incumbent Ed May in Bessemer mayor's race." Birmingham News