Miami Beach mayoral election, 2011

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Miami Beach mayoral election, 2011
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Nominee Matti Herrera Bower Steve Berke Dave Crystal
Party Democratic After Party Republican
Popular vote 4,103 1,614 895
Percentage 59.44% 23.38% 12.97%

Mayor before election

Matti Herrera Bower
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Matti Herrera Bower
Democratic

The 2011 Miami Beach mayoral election, a nonpartisan race, was held on Tuesday, November 1, 2011. Incumbent Mayor Matti Herrera Bower, who was first elected in 2007, won a third and final two-year term. She was challenged by three opponents.[1]

Candidates[edit]

  • Matti Herrera Bower, age 72 - incumbent Mayor of Miami Beach since 2007. (Democratic Party)
  • Steve Berke, age 30 - Comedian and entrepreneur. (After Party)[1]
  • Dave Crystal, age 34 - Entrepreneur (Republican Party)[1]
  • Laura Rivero Levey, age 46 - Public relations professional (Republican Party)[1]

General election[edit]

Miami Beach Mayoral election, 2011[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Matti Herrera Bower 4,103 59.44
After Party Steve Berke 1,614 23.38
Republican Dave Crystal 895 12.97
Republican Laura R. Levey 291 4.22
Total votes 6,903 100.00

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