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| Robert Alexande|Wellington City mayoral election, 1923 Wikipedia
The Wellington City mayoral election, 1923 was part of the New Zealand local elections held that same year. In 1923, elections were held for the Mayor of Wellington plus other local government positions including fifteen city councillors. Incumbent mayor Robert Alexander Wright was narrowly re-elected for a second term seeing off a strong challenge from local Labour MP Peter Fraser, the closest election result Wellington had ever seen. The polling was conducted using the standard first-past-the-post electoral method.