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Voters re-elect Gordon S. Clinton as mayor of the City of Seattle on March 8, 1960.
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On March 8, 1960, voters re-elect Gordon S. Clinton (1920-2011) as mayor of the city of Seattle.
Pursuant to the Freeholders' Charter of 1946, the mayor's term of office was changed from two years to four years. Elections were held on the second Tuesday in March. The vote counts were as follows:
- Gordon S. Clinton - 84,274
- Gordon Newell - 37,897
"Mayors of the City of Seattle," Seattle City Clerk website accessed January 13, 2014 (http://www.seattle.gov/cityarchives/facts/mayors.htm);
Note: This essay was corrected on January 13, 2104.
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