Pensacola city elections, 2004

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The City of Pensacola held an election on November 2, 2004 All nine Pensacola City Council were up for election; however, only six seats were contested. In cases where no candidate received more than 50% of the vote, a run-off election was held featuring the top two vote-getters. City Councilmembers are elected to serve a two-year term.

A run-off election was held November 23, 2004, to decide the District 3, 6, and 7 seats.

All races are nonpartisan. Incumbents are marked by (i).

Pensacola City Council[edit]

District 1[edit]

P. C. Wu 2,211 51.51%
Debra Thompson 836 19.48%
Philip White 797 18.57%
Norman J. Schuchman 448 10.44%

District 2[edit]

Uncontested

District 3[edit]

Mike DeSorbo (i) 2,330 49.24%
Gerald W. Adcox, Jr. 1,818 38.42%
Mike Smolensky 584 12.34%

District 4 Run-Off[edit]

Mike DeSorbo (i) 929 55.82%
Gerald W. Adcox, Jr. 735 44.17%

District 4[edit]

Marty Donovan (i) 2,848 59.2%
Larry B. Johnson 1,896 39.97%

District 5[edit]

Uncontested

District 6[edit]

Jewel Cannada-Wynn 1,277 41.97%
Charles Fairchild 1,002 32.93%
Tracy Richardson 491 16.14%
Tommy White 273 8.97%

District 6 Run-Off[edit]

Jewel Cannada-Wynn 454 67.06%
Charles Fairchild 223 32.93%

District 7[edit]

Ronald P. Townsend (i) 1,065 41.8%
Jacqueline Y. Shumaker 875 34.34%
Larry Simmons 608 23.86%

District 7 Run-Off[edit]

Ronald P. Townsend (i) 452 73.25%
Jacqueline Y. Shumaker 165 26.74%

District 8 (At-large)[edit]

John W. "Jack" Nobles (i) 15,505 59.2%
Ray Russenberger 10,688 40.8%

District 9 (At-large)[edit]

Uncontested