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Kyoto held a mayoral election on February 5, 2012. The incumbent mayor Daisaku Kadokawa won over a candidate backed by the JCP with a margin of 31,794 votes. It was considered that his first term was generally appreciated by the voters.

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  • Kyoto held a mayoral election on February 5, 2012. The incumbent mayor Daisaku Kadokawa won over a candidate backed by the JCP with a margin of 31,794 votes. It was considered that his first term was generally appreciated by the voters.
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  • Kyoto held a mayoral election on February 5, 2012. The incumbent mayor Daisaku Kadokawa won over a candidate backed by the JCP with a margin of 31,794 votes. It was considered that his first term was generally appreciated by the voters.
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