1996 Fresno mayoral election

Fresno mayoral election, 1996
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Candidate Jim Patterson Michael Erin Woody
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 36,281 24,531
Percentage 53.0% 35.8%

Mayor before election

Jim Patterson
Republican

Elected Mayor

Jim Patterson
Republican

The 2000 Fresno mayoral election was held on March 26, 2000 to elect the mayor of Fresno, California. It saw the reelection of Jim Patterson.

Since Patterson won a majority in the first round, no runoff was required.

Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan.

Results[edit]

Results[1]
Candidate Votes %
Jim Patterson (incumbent) 36,281 53.0
Michael Erin Woody 24,531 35.8
James "Jim" Lanas 2,125 3.1
Lewis A. Jackson 1,901 2.7
Randy Risner 1,201 1.7
Johnny Nelum 1,068 1.5
Michael Eagles 763 1.1
Lawrence A. Cano 558 0.8
Mauro Buzz Gugliemo 2 0.0
Frank Ramirez 0 0.0
Unqualified write-ins 20 0.0
Total votes 68,450

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