Where Cleveland Mayoral Candidates Found Strongest Support

Scroll down to see interactive maps of the candidates’​ primary results.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson took the top spot in Tuesday’s primary election, winning 38.7 percent of the vote. In the general election, he’ll face Councilman Zack Reed, who won second place with 21.9 percent.

Here are the citywide results for the challengers who were eliminated in the primary. All numbers are unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

  • Jeff Johnson: 15.4 percent
  • Brandon Chrostowski: 9.5 percent
  • Robert Kilo: 5.3 percent
  • Tony Madalone: 4.6 percent
  • Bill Patmon: 2.7 percent
  • Eric Brewer: 1.5 percent
  • Dyrone Smith: 0.4 percent

The maps below show where the top four candidates found their strongest support.

The darkest-colored precincts don’t necessarily show where candidates won outright; they show where candidates’ support was most concentrated. 

Frank Jackson

Zack Reed

Jeff Johnson

Brandon Chrostowski

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