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Majority

     Democratic (9)

Minority

     Republican (2)

Elections

Last election

November 7, 2017

Meeting place

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center 600 East Fourth Street

Website

Website

The Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
is the legislative body of the City of Charlotte and forms part of a council–manager system of government. The Council is made up of eleven members and the Mayor. Four Council Members are elected at-large with the other seven representing districts. Though elected separately, the Mayor presides over City Council meetings. A Mayor Pro Tem is elected by the City Council Members to preside when the Mayor is absent.[1]

Contents

1 At-large 2 Districts 3 Election results

3.1 2017 3.2 2015 3.3 2013

4 See also 5 References 6 External links

At-large[edit]

District Council Member Party Notes

AL Julie Eiselt D Mayor Pro Tem

AL Braxton Winston II D

AL James Mitchell D

AL Dimple Ajmera D

Districts[edit]

District Council Member Party Notes

1 Larken Egleston D

2 Justin Harlow D

3 LaWana Mayfield D

4 Gregory Phipps D

5 Matt Newton D

6 Tariq Bokhari R

7 Ed Driggs R

Election results[edit] 2017[edit]

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
At-Large 2017 General Election Results[2]

Name Party Total Votes Percentage of all Votes Result

Julie Eiselt Democrat 73,348 17.29% Elected

Braxton Winston II Democrat 70,030 16.51% Elected

James (Smuggie) Mitchell Democrat 69,777 16.45% Elected

Dimple Ajmera Democrat 61,882 14.59% Elected

John K. Powell, Jr. Republican 48,277 11.38% Defeated

Parker Cains Republican 44,068 10.39% Defeated

David Michael Rice Republican 34,733 8.19% Defeated

Steven J. DiFiori II Libertarian 21,514 5.07% Defeated

Write-in Write-in 635 0.15% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2017 General Election Results[2]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Larken Egleston Democrat 13,830 98.11% Elected

1 Write-In Write-In 266 1.89% Defeated

2 Justin Harlow Democrat 12,081 80.41% Elected

2 Pete Givens Republican 2,920 19.44% Defeated

2 Write-In Write-In 23 0.15% Defeated

3 LaWana Mayfield Democrat 9,276 73.26% Elected

3 Daniel Herrera Republican 3,375 26.65% Defeated

3 Write-In Write-In 11 0.09% Defeated

4 Greg Phipps Democrat 12,159 98.18% Elected

4 Write-In Write-In 221 1.78% Defeated

4 Ken Canavan Write-In 5 0.04% Defeated

5 Matt Newton Democrat 9,398 97.58% Elected

5 Write-In Write-In 233 2.42% Defeated

6 Tariq Scott Bokhari Republican 15,383 62.51% Elected

6 Sam Grundman Democrat 7,899 32.10% Defeated

6 Jeff Scott Libertarian 1,301 5.29% Defeated

6 Write-In Write-In 24 0.10% Defeated

7 Ed Driggs Republican 13,152 62.00% Elected

7 Sharon Roberts Democrat 8,049 37.94% Defeated

7 Write-In Write-In 12 0.06% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2017 Run Off Election Results[2]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

5 Matt Newton Democrat 970 57.09% Elected

5 Darrell Bonapart Democrat 729 42.91% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2017 Primary Election Results[2]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Larken Egleston Democrat 3,281 49.58% Elected

1 Patsy Kinsey Democrat 2,849 43.06% Defeated

1 Robert Mitchell Democrat 487 7.36% Defeated

2015[edit]

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
At-Large 2015 General Election Results[3]

Name Party Total Votes Percentage of all Votes Result

Julie Eiselt Democrat 44,363 16.98% Elected

Vi Lyles Democrat 42,752 16.36% Elected

Claire Green Fallon Democrat 41,304 15.81% Elected

James (Smuggie) Mitchell Democrat 37,358 14.30% Elected

John K. Powell, Jr. Republican 37,106 14.20% Defeated

Pablo Carvajal Republican 30,471 11.66% Defeated

David Michael Rice Republican 27,205 10.41% Defeated

Write-in Write-in 761 0.29% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2015 General Election Results[3]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Patsy Kinsey Democrat 7,730 93.35% Elected

1 Write-In Write-In 551 6.65% Defeated

2 Al Austin Democrat 7,183 79.56% Elected

2 Justin Dunn Republican 1,839 20.37% Defeated

2 Write-In Write-In 6 0.07% Defeated

3 LaWana Mayfield Democrat 5,320 76.12% Elected

3 Eric Wayne Netter Republican 1,655 23.68% Defeated

3 Write-In Write-In 14 0.20% Defeated

4 Greg Phipps Democrat 6,254 71.53% Elected

4 Michael P. O'Hara Republican 2,480 28.37% Defeated

4 Write-In Write-In 9 0.10% Defeated

5 John Autry Democrat 5,686 98.80% Elected

5 Write-In Write-In 69 1.20% Defeated

6 Kenny Smith Republican 12,017 97.88% Elected

6 Write-In Write-In 260 2.12% Defeated

7 Ed Driggs Republican 9,767 68.75% Elected

7 Chris Turner Democrat 4,433 31.20% Defeated

7 Write-In Write-In 7 0.05% Defeated

2013[edit]

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
At-Large 2013 General Election Results[4]

Name Party Straight Party Votes Direct Votes Direct Votes Percentage of Total Votes Total Votes Percentage of all Votes Result

Michael D. Barnes Democrat 26,827 28,009 51.08% 54,836 15.32% Elected

Vi Alexander Lyles Democrat 26,827 26,900 50.07% 53,727 15.01% Elected

David Howard Democrat 26,827 25,945 49.16% 52,772 14.74% Elected

Claire Green Fallon Democrat 26,827 20,469 43.28% 47,296 13.21% Elected

Ken Harris, Jr. Republican 15,114 26,648 63.81% 41,762 11.67% Defeated

Vanessa Faura Republican 15,114 18,802 55.44% 33,916 9.48% Defeated

Dennis Peterson Republican 15,114 17,966 54.31% 33,080 9.24% Defeated

Mark Frietch Republican 15,114 17,596 53.79% 32,710 9.14% Defeated

Eric A. Cable Libertarian 191 7,411 97.49% 7,602 2.12% Defeated

Write-in Write-in n/a 239 100.00% 239 0.07% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2013 General Election Results[4]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Patsy Kinsey Democrat 9,912 97.70% Elected

1 Lee Sowers Write-in 39 0.38% Defeated

1 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 194 1.91% Defeated

2 Alvin (Al) Austin Democrat 9,979 80.17% Elected

2 Darryl Broome Republican 2,459 19.75% Defeated

2 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 10 0.08% Defeated

3 LaWana Mayfield Democrat 7,541 77.43% Elected

3 C. Travis Wheat Libertarian 444 4.56% Defeated

3 Eric Netter Republican 1,733 17.79% Defeated

3 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 21 0.22% Defeated

4 Greg Phipps Democrat 7,429 66.89% Elected

4 Michael Zytkow Independent 3,653 32.89% Defeated

4 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 24 0.22% Defeated

5 John Autry Democrat 8,111 98.83% Elected

5 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 96 1.17% Defeated

6 Kenny Smith Republican 15,004 98.33% Elected

6 Kate Payerle Write-in 14 0.09% Defeated

6 Doug Wrona Write-in 8 0.05% Defeated

6 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 233 1.53% Defeated

7 Ed Driggs Republican 11,319 71.91% Elected

7 Nakari Burton Democrat 4,411 28.02% Defeated

7 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 10 0.06% Defeated

See also[edit]

Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina

References[edit]

^ http://charmeck.org/city/charlotte/CityCouncil/AboutUs/Pages/home.aspx ^ a b c d "11/07/2017 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS - MECKLENBURG". Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina
North Carolina
State Board of Elections. Retrieved 15 January 2018.  ^ a b "11/03/2015 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS - MECKLENBURG". Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina
North Carolina
State Board of Elections. Retrieved 9 November 2015.  ^ a b " Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Municipal Election Results for November 5, 2013". Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina
North Carolina
State Board of Elections via Clarity Elections.com. Retrieved 1 April 2014. 

External links[edit]

Meet the Charlotte City Council

v t e

City of Charlotte, North Carolina

Main

Charlotteans Mecklenburg County Metrolina North Carolina Piedmont Neighborhoods Tallest buildings

History

Timeline Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Queen Charlotte Charlottetown Resolutions

Government

Mayor of Charlotte: Vi Lyles Charlotte City Council Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Public Library System Charlotte Fire CMPD

Colleges and universities

University of North Carolina
North Carolina
at Charlotte Central Piedmont Community College Charlotte School of Law Johnson C. Smith University Johnson & Wales University Queens University of Charlotte

Attractions

Museums: Bechtler Museum of Modern Art Billy Graham Library Carolinas Aviation Museum Discovery Place Harvey B. Gantt Center Levine Museum of the New South Mint Museum NASCAR Hall of Fame

Performing Arts: North Carolina
North Carolina
Blumenthal Performing Arts Center ImaginOn North Carolina
North Carolina
Music Factory PNC Music Pavilion Tremont Music Hall Charlotte Philharmonic Orchestra

Parks: First Ward Park Freedom Park Independence Park Little Sugar Creek Greenway Reedy Creek Park Romare Bearden Park

Sports teams

Carolina Panthers–NFL Charlotte Hornets–NBA Charlotte Hounds–MLL Charlotte Checkers–AHL Charlotte Independence–United Soccer Leagues Charlotte Knights–IL Charlotte Rugby Club–RSL Charlotte 49ers–NCAA Division I Johnson C. Smith University
Johnson C. Smith University
Golden Bulls–NCAA Division II

Media

Newspapers: The Charlotte Observer The Charlotte Post Creative Loafing Q-Notes Charlotte Weekly

Television: 3 WBTV
WBTV
(CBS) 9 WSOC (ABC) 14 WHKY (Ind.) 18 WCCB
WCCB
(CW) 30 WNSC (PBS/ETV) 36 WCNC (NBC) 42 WTVI
WTVI
(PBS) 46 WJZY
WJZY
(Fox) 55 WMYT (MNT) 58 WUNG (PBS/UNC-TV) 64 WAXN (Ind.)

Economy

Atrium Health Center city Companies Convention Center

Transportation

Charlotte Area Transit System

Lynx Blue Line CityLynx Gold Line

Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Roads: I-77 I-85 I-277 I-485 US 21 US 29 US 74 US 521 NC 16 NC 49 NC 51 NC 115 Route 4

Rail: Carolinian

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Majority

     Democratic (9)

Minority

     Republican (2)

Elections

Last election

November 7, 2017

Meeting place

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center 600 East Fourth Street

Website

Website

The Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
is the legislative body of the City of Charlotte and forms part of a council–manager system of government. The Council is made up of eleven members and the Mayor. Four Council Members are elected at-large with the other seven representing districts. Though elected separately, the Mayor presides over City Council meetings. A Mayor Pro Tem is elected by the City Council Members to preside when the Mayor is absent.[1]

Contents

1 At-large 2 Districts 3 Election results

3.1 2017 3.2 2015 3.3 2013

4 See also 5 References 6 External links

At-large[edit]

District Council Member Party Notes

AL Julie Eiselt D Mayor Pro Tem

AL Braxton Winston II D

AL James Mitchell D

AL Dimple Ajmera D

Districts[edit]

District Council Member Party Notes

1 Larken Egleston D

2 Justin Harlow D

3 LaWana Mayfield D

4 Gregory Phipps D

5 Matt Newton D

6 Tariq Bokhari R

7 Ed Driggs R

Election results[edit] 2017[edit]

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
At-Large 2017 General Election Results[2]

Name Party Total Votes Percentage of all Votes Result

Julie Eiselt Democrat 73,348 17.29% Elected

Braxton Winston II Democrat 70,030 16.51% Elected

James (Smuggie) Mitchell Democrat 69,777 16.45% Elected

Dimple Ajmera Democrat 61,882 14.59% Elected

John K. Powell, Jr. Republican 48,277 11.38% Defeated

Parker Cains Republican 44,068 10.39% Defeated

David Michael Rice Republican 34,733 8.19% Defeated

Steven J. DiFiori II Libertarian 21,514 5.07% Defeated

Write-in Write-in 635 0.15% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2017 General Election Results[2]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Larken Egleston Democrat 13,830 98.11% Elected

1 Write-In Write-In 266 1.89% Defeated

2 Justin Harlow Democrat 12,081 80.41% Elected

2 Pete Givens Republican 2,920 19.44% Defeated

2 Write-In Write-In 23 0.15% Defeated

3 LaWana Mayfield Democrat 9,276 73.26% Elected

3 Daniel Herrera Republican 3,375 26.65% Defeated

3 Write-In Write-In 11 0.09% Defeated

4 Greg Phipps Democrat 12,159 98.18% Elected

4 Write-In Write-In 221 1.78% Defeated

4 Ken Canavan Write-In 5 0.04% Defeated

5 Matt Newton Democrat 9,398 97.58% Elected

5 Write-In Write-In 233 2.42% Defeated

6 Tariq Scott Bokhari Republican 15,383 62.51% Elected

6 Sam Grundman Democrat 7,899 32.10% Defeated

6 Jeff Scott Libertarian 1,301 5.29% Defeated

6 Write-In Write-In 24 0.10% Defeated

7 Ed Driggs Republican 13,152 62.00% Elected

7 Sharon Roberts Democrat 8,049 37.94% Defeated

7 Write-In Write-In 12 0.06% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2017 Run Off Election Results[2]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

5 Matt Newton Democrat 970 57.09% Elected

5 Darrell Bonapart Democrat 729 42.91% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2017 Primary Election Results[2]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Larken Egleston Democrat 3,281 49.58% Elected

1 Patsy Kinsey Democrat 2,849 43.06% Defeated

1 Robert Mitchell Democrat 487 7.36% Defeated

2015[edit]

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
At-Large 2015 General Election Results[3]

Name Party Total Votes Percentage of all Votes Result

Julie Eiselt Democrat 44,363 16.98% Elected

Vi Lyles Democrat 42,752 16.36% Elected

Claire Green Fallon Democrat 41,304 15.81% Elected

James (Smuggie) Mitchell Democrat 37,358 14.30% Elected

John K. Powell, Jr. Republican 37,106 14.20% Defeated

Pablo Carvajal Republican 30,471 11.66% Defeated

David Michael Rice Republican 27,205 10.41% Defeated

Write-in Write-in 761 0.29% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2015 General Election Results[3]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Patsy Kinsey Democrat 7,730 93.35% Elected

1 Write-In Write-In 551 6.65% Defeated

2 Al Austin Democrat 7,183 79.56% Elected

2 Justin Dunn Republican 1,839 20.37% Defeated

2 Write-In Write-In 6 0.07% Defeated

3 LaWana Mayfield Democrat 5,320 76.12% Elected

3 Eric Wayne Netter Republican 1,655 23.68% Defeated

3 Write-In Write-In 14 0.20% Defeated

4 Greg Phipps Democrat 6,254 71.53% Elected

4 Michael P. O'Hara Republican 2,480 28.37% Defeated

4 Write-In Write-In 9 0.10% Defeated

5 John Autry Democrat 5,686 98.80% Elected

5 Write-In Write-In 69 1.20% Defeated

6 Kenny Smith Republican 12,017 97.88% Elected

6 Write-In Write-In 260 2.12% Defeated

7 Ed Driggs Republican 9,767 68.75% Elected

7 Chris Turner Democrat 4,433 31.20% Defeated

7 Write-In Write-In 7 0.05% Defeated

2013[edit]

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
At-Large 2013 General Election Results[4]

Name Party Straight Party Votes Direct Votes Direct Votes Percentage of Total Votes Total Votes Percentage of all Votes Result

Michael D. Barnes Democrat 26,827 28,009 51.08% 54,836 15.32% Elected

Vi Alexander Lyles Democrat 26,827 26,900 50.07% 53,727 15.01% Elected

David Howard Democrat 26,827 25,945 49.16% 52,772 14.74% Elected

Claire Green Fallon Democrat 26,827 20,469 43.28% 47,296 13.21% Elected

Ken Harris, Jr. Republican 15,114 26,648 63.81% 41,762 11.67% Defeated

Vanessa Faura Republican 15,114 18,802 55.44% 33,916 9.48% Defeated

Dennis Peterson Republican 15,114 17,966 54.31% 33,080 9.24% Defeated

Mark Frietch Republican 15,114 17,596 53.79% 32,710 9.14% Defeated

Eric A. Cable Libertarian 191 7,411 97.49% 7,602 2.12% Defeated

Write-in Write-in n/a 239 100.00% 239 0.07% Defeated

Charlotte City Council
Charlotte City Council
by District 2013 General Election Results[4]

District Name Party Total Votes Percentage of All Votes in District Result

1 Patsy Kinsey Democrat 9,912 97.70% Elected

1 Lee Sowers Write-in 39 0.38% Defeated

1 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 194 1.91% Defeated

2 Alvin (Al) Austin Democrat 9,979 80.17% Elected

2 Darryl Broome Republican 2,459 19.75% Defeated

2 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 10 0.08% Defeated

3 LaWana Mayfield Democrat 7,541 77.43% Elected

3 C. Travis Wheat Libertarian 444 4.56% Defeated

3 Eric Netter Republican 1,733 17.79% Defeated

3 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 21 0.22% Defeated

4 Greg Phipps Democrat 7,429 66.89% Elected

4 Michael Zytkow Independent 3,653 32.89% Defeated

4 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 24 0.22% Defeated

5 John Autry Democrat 8,111 98.83% Elected

5 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 96 1.17% Defeated

6 Kenny Smith Republican 15,004 98.33% Elected

6 Kate Payerle Write-in 14 0.09% Defeated

6 Doug Wrona Write-in 8 0.05% Defeated

6 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 233 1.53% Defeated

7 Ed Driggs Republican 11,319 71.91% Elected

7 Nakari Burton Democrat 4,411 28.02% Defeated

7 Write-in Miscellaneous Write-in 10 0.06% Defeated

See also[edit]

Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina

References[edit]

^ http://charmeck.org/city/charlotte/CityCouncil/AboutUs/Pages/home.aspx ^ a b c d "11/07/2017 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS - MECKLENBURG". Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina
North Carolina
State Board of Elections. Retrieved 15 January 2018.  ^ a b "11/03/2015 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS - MECKLENBURG". Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina
North Carolina
State Board of Elections. Retrieved 9 November 2015.  ^ a b " Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Municipal Election Results for November 5, 2013". Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina
North Carolina
State Board of Elections via Clarity Elections.com. Retrieved 1 April 2014. 

External links[edit]

Meet the Charlotte City Council

v t e

City of Charlotte, North Carolina

Main

Charlotteans Mecklenburg County Metrolina North Carolina Piedmont Neighborhoods Tallest buildings

History

Timeline Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Queen Charlotte Charlottetown Resolutions

Government

Mayor of Charlotte: Vi Lyles Charlotte City Council Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Public Library System Charlotte Fire CMPD

Colleges and universities

University of North Carolina
North Carolina
at Charlotte Central Piedmont Community College Charlotte School of Law Johnson C. Smith University Johnson & Wales University Queens University of Charlotte

Attractions

Museums: Bechtler Museum of Modern Art Billy Graham Library Carolinas Aviation Museum Discovery Place Harvey B. Gantt Center Levine Museum of the New South Mint Museum NASCAR Hall of Fame

Performing Arts: North Carolina
North Carolina
Blumenthal Performing Arts Center ImaginOn North Carolina
North Carolina
Music Factory PNC Music Pavilion Tremont Music Hall Charlotte Philharmonic Orchestra

Parks: First Ward Park Freedom Park Independence Park Little Sugar Creek Greenway Reedy Creek Park Romare Bearden Park

Sports teams

Carolina Panthers–NFL Charlotte Hornets–NBA Charlotte Hounds–MLL Charlotte Checkers–AHL Charlotte Independence–United Soccer Leagues Charlotte Knights–IL Charlotte Rugby Club–RSL Charlotte 49ers–NCAA Division I Johnson C. Smith University
Johnson C. Smith University
Golden Bulls–NCAA Division II

Media

Newspapers: The Charlotte Observer The Charlotte Post Creative Loafing Q-Notes Charlotte Weekly

Television: 3 WBTV
WBTV
(CBS) 9 WSOC (ABC) 14 WHKY (Ind.) 18 WCCB
WCCB
(CW) 30 WNSC (PBS/ETV) 36 WCNC (NBC) 42 WTVI
WTVI
(PBS) 46 WJZY
WJZY
(Fox) 55 WMYT (MNT) 58 WUNG (PBS/UNC-TV) 64 WAXN (Ind.)

Economy

Atrium Health Center city Companies Convention Center

Transportation

Charlotte Area Transit System

Lynx Blue Line CityLynx Gold Line

Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Roads: I-77 I-85 I-277 I-485 US 21 US 29 US 74 US 521 NC 16 NC 49 NC 51 NC 115 Route 4

Rail: Carolinian

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