2012 Burlington mayoral election

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Burlington mayoral election, 2012
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Nominee Miro Weinberger Kurt Wright Wanda Hines
Party Democratic Republican Independent
Popular vote 5,801 3,746 506
Percentage 57.27% 36.98% 5.00%

Mayor before election

Miro Weinberger
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Miro Weinberger
Democratic

The 2012 Burlington mayoral election was held March 6, 2012. Incumbent mayor Bob Kiss did not run for re-election. Democratic nominee Miro Weinberger was elected with 57% of the popular vote.

Background[edit]

Incumbent Progressive mayor Kiss was first elected in 2006. Democratic nominee Miro Weinberger, Republican nominee and State Representative Kurt Wright, and Independent candidate Wendy Hines ran to succeed Kiss.

Election Results[edit]

Burlington mayoral election, 2018[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Miro Weinberger 5,801 57.27%
Republican Kurt Wright 3,746 36.98%
Independent Wanda Hines 506 5.00%
Write-in Write-ins 76 0.75%
Total votes 10,129 100%
Democratic hold

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Election summary report" (PDF).