Jacksonville mayoral election, 2011

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The Jacksonville mayoral election of 2011 determined the Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida. A blanket primary with six candidates together on the same ballot took place March 22, 2011. As no candidate received a majority of the vote, a runoff election between the top two vote-getters, Republican Mike Hogan and Democrat Alvin Brown, took place on May 17, 2011. In a close race, Brown defeated Hogan to become Jacksonville's first African-American mayor.

General election[edit]

Jacksonville Mayoral election, 2011
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mike Hogan 52,036 34.21
Democratic Alvin Brown 37,362 24.56
Republican Rick Mullaney 23,591 15.51
Democratic Warren Lee 3,686 2.42
Republican Audrey Moran 32,977 21.68
Independent Steve Irvine 2,207 1.62
Total votes 152,129 100.00

Runoff election[edit]

Jacksonville Mayoral election, 2011
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alvin Brown 97,271 50.43
Republican Mike Hogan 95,623 49.57
Total votes 192,894 100.00