Long Beach, California municipal elections, 2014

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The city of Long Beach, California held elections for mayor and city council on June 3, 2014, with a primary on April 8, 2014.[1] If a candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote in the primary election, he or she was declared the outright winner of the election.[2] Five of the nine city council districts were up for election.

Councilman Robert Garcia won election as mayor. Lena Gonzalez, Susan Price, Stacy Mungo, Roberto Uranga and Rex Richardson won election to the council. No incumbents ran in any of the races.

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