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Birmingham municipal election results and compaign details, 1919-1947.

Birmingham Conservative and Unionist Association.

Birmingham municipal election results and compaign details, 1919-1947.

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  By Barnett Wright. The Birmingham Times. Incumbent Birmingham Mayor William Bell will face 11 challengers in the Aug. 22 city elections. Bell and nearly a dozen other hopefuls for mayor were among a total of 87 candidates who qualified by the 5 p.m. Friday, July 7, deadline to run for mayor, city council and school board in one of the most crowded fields in . Birmingham election How Morehouse College alumni powered Randall Woodfin's campaign for Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin's meteoric rise to Birmingham's top elected office was powered by the alumni of his alma mater.


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Akridge had 3, votes to Caylor's 2, according to official returns. Birmingham's only Conservative MP says their election campaign was 'absolutely appalling' Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell reveals he refused to distribute official party leaflets because they were.