Tom Leppert - Mayor of Dallas - Electoral History

Electoral History

After receiving a plurality of votes among a crowded field of candidates in the 2007 Dallas Mayoral Election, Leppert won a spot in a runoff election along with Dallas City Council member Ed Oakley. Leppert was victorious in the runoff election.

General election for Mayor of the City of Dallas, Texas, 2007:
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
None Tom Leppert 19,367 27.10%
None Ed Oakley 14,754 20.64%
None Don Hill 9,896 13.85%
None Max Wells 8,697 12.17%
None Gary Griffith 6,656 9.31%
None Sam Coats 5,473 7.66%
None Darrell Jordan 4,062 5.68%
None Other/Write-In 2,562
Turnout 71,467
Runoff election for Mayor of the City of Dallas, Texas, 2007:
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
None Tom Leppert 49,558 57.83%
None Ed Oakley 36,135 42.17%
Turnout 85,693

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