Electoral history of Marion Barry

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Marion Barry in 1996

The electoral history of Marion Barry:

1971[edit]

District of Columbia Board of Education, General Election, 1971[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 24,434 58
Republican Anita Allen 14,308 34
Independent Ira Mosley 2,113 5
Socialist Workers Keith Jones 989 2

1974[edit]

Council of the District of Columbia, At-Large, Democratic Primary Election, 1974[3][4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 35,065 25
Democratic Douglas E. Moore 28,598 20
Democratic Delano "Del" Lewis 22,122 16
Democratic Ruth Hankins-Nesbitt 20,836 15
Democratic Carl Bergman 12,018 8
Democratic Robert L. "Bob" White 8,025 6
Democratic Charles L. Crawford 7,535 5
Democratic Charles "Chico" Hernandez 7,117 5
Democratic Write-in 676 0
Council of the District of Columbia, At-Large, General Election, 1974[5][6][7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Douglas E. Moore 55,928 17
Democratic Marion Barry 55,615 17
D.C. Statehood Julius W. Hobson, Sr. 48,708 15
Republican Jerry A. Moore, Jr. 35,297 11
Independent Frank Hart Rich 24,680 8
Independent Charles I. Cassell 23,082 7
Independent Rockwood "Adam" Foster 15,871 5
D.C. Statehood Josephine (Jo) Butler 13,774 4
Independent Ron M. Linton 12,863 4
Independent Robert Lewis Lindsay 6,743 2
Independent Arthur "Doc" Morris 7,710 2
Independent James C. Shipman 6,261 2
Socialist Workers Anne Powers 5,650 2
Socialist Workers Sara A. Smith 4,970 2
Independent Robert E. Pipes 4,364 1
Independent Raymond W. Powell 4,198 1
Independent Wilmur A. Davis 3,233 1

1976[edit]

Council of the District of Columbia, At-Large, Democratic Primary Election, 1976[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 20,644 73
Democratic John Martin 7,393 26
Democratic Write-in 355 1
Council of the District of Columbia, At-Large, General Election, 1976[9][10]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 113,567 48
Republican Jerry A. Moore, Jr. 57,763 24
D.C. Statehood Josephine Butler 46,555 19
Independent Dorothy Hawkinson 11,305 5
U.S. Labor Bernard Greene 7,815 3
  Write-in 1,936 1

1978[edit]

Mayor of the District of Columbia, Democratic Primary Election, 1978[11]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 32,841 35
Democratic Sterling Tucker 31,277 33
Democratic Walter Washington 29,881 32
Mayor of the District of Columbia, General Election, 1978[12]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 71,373 71
Republican Arthur A. Fletcher 27,965 28

1982[edit]

Mayor of the District of Columbia, Primary Election, 1982[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 54,638 58
Democratic Patricia Roberts Harris 33,282 35
Democratic John Ray 3,266 3
Democratic Charlene Drew Jarvis 2,711 3
Mayor of the District of Columbia, General Election, 1982[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion S. Barry 95,007 81
Republican E. Brooke Lee 16,501 14
Independent Dennis S. Sobin 2,624 2
Socialist Workers Glenn B. White 1,445 1
Write-in 1,658 1

1986[edit]

Mayor of the District of Columbia, Primary Election, 1986[15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 52,742 71
Democratic Mattie Goodrum Taylor 14,588 20
Democratic Calvin Gurley 4,747 6
Democratic Write-in 2,634 4
Mayor of the District of Columbia, General Election, 1986[16][17]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 80,666 61
Republican Carol Schwartz 43,676 33
Independent Brian Moore 3,518 3
D.C. Statehood Green Josephine D. Butler 2,204 2
Independent Garry Davis 585 0
Socialist Workers Deborah R. Lazar 469 0
  Write-in 684 1

1990[edit]

Council of the District of Columbia, At-Large, General Election, 1990[18]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Linda W. Cropp ' 38
D.C. Statehood Hilda Mason ' 29
Independent Marion Barry Jr. 20

1992[edit]

Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, Primary Election, 1992[19]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 6,512 71
Democratic Wilhelmina J. Rolark 1,908 21
Democratic Ab Jordan 617 7
Democratic Charles Chuck Dixon 170 2
Democratic Write-in 12 0
Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, General Election, 1992[20][21]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 13,796 90
Independent Richard Miller 874 6
Republican W. Cardell Shelton 423 3
  Write in 245 2

1994[edit]

Mayor of the District of Columbia, Democratic Primary Election, 1994[22]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 66,777 47
Democratic John Ray 52.088 37
Democratic Sharon Pratt Kelly 18,717 13
Democratic Otis Holloman Troupe 1,897 1
Mayor of the District of Columbia, General Election, 1994[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry Jr. 102,884 56
Republican Carol Schwartz 76,902 42
Independent Curtis Pree 852 0
D.C. Statehood Jodean M. Marks 695 0
Independent Jesse Battle, Jr. 488 0
Socialist Workers Aaron Ruby 423 0
Independent Faith 423 0
  Write-in 982 1

2004[edit]

Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, Democratic Primary Election, 2004[24]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 5,022 58
Democratic Sandy (Sandra) Allen 2,134 25
Democratic William O. Lockridge 638 7
Democratic "S.S." (Sandra Seegars) 412 5
Democratic Jacque D. Patterson 350 4
Democratic Joyce Scott 68 1
Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, General Election, 2004[25]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 19,333 95
Republican Cardell Shelton 861 4

2008[edit]

Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, Democratic Primary Election, 2008[26]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 4,359 77
Democratic Charles Wilson 622 11
Democratic 'S.S.' Sandra Seegars 498 9
Democratic Howard Brown 67 1
Democratic Braxton-Jones 31 1
Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, General Election, 2008[27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 24,524 92
Independent Darrell Danny Gaston 1,137 4
Independent Yavocka Young 1,010 4

2012[edit]

Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, Primary Election, 2012[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 5,116 74
Democratic Jacque D. Patterson 568 8
Democratic S.S. Sandra Seegars 549 8
Democratic Natalie Williams 485 7
Democratic Darrell Danny Gaston 219 3
Council of the District of Columbia, Ward 8, General Election, 2012[29]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marion Barry 27,202 88
Independent Jauhar Abraham 3,588 12

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Prince, Richard E. (November 3, 1971). "Mrs. Allen, Allies Lose D.C. Vote". The Washington Post. 
  3. ^ "Sample Democratic At Large Ballot". Washington Evening Star. September 4, 1974. p. 49. 
  4. ^ "Certification of Election", District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, September 25, 1974 
  5. ^ Rackley, Lurma (November 6, 1974). "Democrats Win All They Can on D.C. Council". Washington Evening Star. p. 45. 
  6. ^ "Order on Ballot". Washington Evening Star. October 5, 1974. p. 12. 
  7. ^ "Certificate of Election", District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, November 18, 1974 
  8. ^ "D C Council Primary Elections", District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, September 23, 1976 
  9. ^ "D. C. General Election: D.C. City Council At-Large", District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, November 13, 1976 
  10. ^ "Council". Washington Evening Star. September 15, 1976. p. B6. 
  11. ^ Valentine, Paul W. (September 28, 1978). "Mayor Says Barry Won D.C. Vote". The Washington Post. p. C1. 
  12. ^ "Barry Gets 71 Pct. for Mayor of D.C.". Youngstown Vindicator, via Google News. Associated Press. November 8, 1978. 
  13. ^ "Barry Wins D.C. Election". The Baltimore Afro-American. September 25, 1982. p. 14. 
  14. ^ "District of Columbia Mayor". The Washington Post. November 3, 1982. p. A36. 
  15. ^ "Final and Complete Election Totals: September 9, 1986 Primary". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. September 19, 1986. 
  16. ^ "Final and Complete Election Totals: November 4, 1986 General Election". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. November 14, 1986. 
  17. ^ "Barry Scores Easily to Keep Mayor Post". The Free Lance-Star, via Google News. Fredericksburg, Virginia. Associated Press. November 5, 1986. 
  18. ^ Sanchez, Rene (November 7, 1990). "D.C. COUNCIL: Wilson Elevated to Chairman: Cropp, Mason Beat Barry". The Washington Post. p. A31. 
  19. ^ "Council Primary Election, September 15, 1992, Final and Complete Election Results" (pdf). District of Columbia Board of Ethics and Elections. September 25, 1992. 
  20. ^ "Council Primary Election, September 15, 1992, Final and Complete Election Results" (pdf). District of Columbia Board of Ethics and Elections. September 25, 1992. 
  21. ^ "Barry Easily Wins Seat on City Council". The New York Times. November 4, 1992. 
  22. ^ "Final and Complete Election Results". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. 1994-09-23. 
  23. ^ "Final and Complete Election Results". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. 1994-11-18. 
  24. ^ "Certified Results". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. 2004-09-14. 
  25. ^ "Certified Summary Results" (PDF). District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. 2004-11-18. 
  26. ^ "General Election 2008: Certified Results". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. September 26, 2008. 
  27. ^ "General Election 2008: Certified Results". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. November 24, 2008. 
  28. ^ "General Election 2012: Certified Results". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. April 3, 2012. 
  29. ^ "General Election 2012: Certified Results". District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. November 6, 2012.