Alexandria, Virginia mayoral election, 2018 Turnout 58.51%
The general election for
mayor of Alexandria, Virginia was held on November 6, 2018. Justin Wilson was elected as mayor, running unopposed in the general election. He had defeated first-term incumbent Allison Silberberg in the Democratic primary.
Democratic primary [ edit ]
The Democratic primary was held on June 18.
Vice-mayor  Justin Wilson won the Democratic primary, unseating first-term incumbent Allison Silberberg in what was regarded to be an upset victory.  
General election [ edit ]
Wilson was unopposed on the ballot, however write-in votes were cast.
Combined voter turnout in Alexandria during the mayoral election and coinciding races was 70.48%, and turnout in the mayoral election alone was 58.51%. 
References [ edit ]
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"City of Alexandria, Virginia November 6, 2018 Official Election Results General & Special Elections" (PDF). Alexandria, Virginia. November 2018 . Retrieved . 27 September 2019
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"Official City of Alexandria, Virginia June 12, 2018 Official Election Results Democratic Primary" (PDF). Alexandria, Virginia. June 2018 . Retrieved . 27 September 2019
Sullivan, Patricia (12 June 2018). "Justin Wilson defeats incumbent Alexandria, Va., Mayor Allison Silberberg in primary". The Washington Post . Retrieved . 28 September 2019
Leayman, Emily (11 June 2018). "Alexandria Primary: Wilson Upsets Silberberg In Mayor's Race". Patch . Retrieved . 18 November 2019
Moore, Jack (12 June 2018). "Challenger topples incumbent Alexandria mayor for Dem nomination; 2 incumbents out in city council race". WTOP . Retrieved . 18 November 2019