Houston mayoral election, 2013

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The Houston Mayoral Election of 2013 took place on November 5, 2013. The incumbent Mayor Annise Parker was re-elected to a third, and final, two-year term in office.

Candidates[edit]

Declared candidates include:

  • Incumbent Mayor Annise Parker[1] (Democrat)
  • Former City Attorney Ben Hall[2] (Democrat)
  • Don Cook[3] (Green Party)
  • Eric Dick[4] (Republican)
  • Victoria Lane[5][6]
  • Michael J. Fitzsimmons[7](Socialist Party)
  • Keryl Burgess Douglas[8]

Endorsements[edit]

Results[edit]

Candidate Vote Number Vote Percentage[10]
Annise D. Parker 97,009 57.22%
Ben Hall 46,775 27.59%
Eric B. Dick 18,302 10.79%
Victoria Lane 1,782 1.05%
Don Cook 1,720 1.01%
Keryl Burgess Douglas 1,192 0.70%
Michael Fitzsimmons 1,179 0.70%
Derek A. Jenkins 823 0.49%
Charyl L. Drab 767 0.45%

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