1904 Birmingham municipal election
The 1904 Birmingham municipal election was held in November 1904 to elect a Mayor, Aldermen, and other city officials after the resignation of Mel Drennen. The election was contested in a city-wide Democratic party primary, with the general election a formality.
Ward won the most votes in the primary, and avoided a run-off when Simmons, a protege of Drennen's, withdrew from the race.
Ward was inaugurated on May 4, 1905 for a two-year term.
Mayor of Birmingham
Board of Aldermen
- 4th Ward
- John Copeland (incumbent)
- 5th Ward
- William Gunn (incumbent)