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Mike Rawlings

Mike Rawlings
Rawlings in 2012
61st Mayor of Dallas
Assumed office
June 27, 2011[1]
Preceded by Dwaine Caraway
Personal details
Born (1954-08-25) August 25, 1954
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Micki Rawlings[2]
Children Gunnar and Michelle
Residence Dallas, Texas
Alma mater Boston College
Religion Presbyterian[3]
Website Official website

Mike Rawlings (born August 25,1954) is the Mayor of Dallas after winning the 2011 Dallas mayoral election defeating former Dallas Police Chief, David Kunkle.[4][5][6][7][8] He is also the former CEO of Pizza Hut and a former chief executive of the Tracy-Locke ad agency.[9][2] In addition to his work in the city, Rawlings is also a prominent opponent of domestic violence, speaking at many events, including a Ring The Bell event at the United Nations[10] alongside actor Patrick Stewart. [11][12]


  1. ^ Austin, BJ (27 June 2011). "Rawlings Sworn In As New Dallas Mayor".  
  2. ^ a b Watson, Brad (12 May 2011). "Dallas mayoral candidate Mike Rawlings".  
  3. ^ Dallas City Mayor Bio"
  4. ^ Novak, Daniel (18 June 2011). "Mike Rawlings Wins Dallas Mayoral Election".  
  5. ^ "ELECTIONS: Rawlings, Price cruise to victory; Hightower narrowly defeated in Arlington".  
  6. ^ Kofler, Shelley (19 June 2011). "Voters Elect New Mayors, Decide Local Elections".  
  7. ^ "Dallas picks Rawlings as mayor in runoff election".  
  8. ^ Bush, Rudolph (18 June 2011). "Mike Rawlings wins race for Dallas mayor".  
  9. ^ Goldstein, Scott. "Rawlings keeps his own counsel — to chagrin of some on council". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 19 March 2014. 
  10. ^ Variano, Dana (2013-03-05). "Mayor Mike Rawlings | Ring The Bell". Retrieved 2013-06-13. 
  11. ^ Peele, Britton (2013-05-30). "Mayor Mike Rawlings gets shout out from Patrick Stewart during Comicpalooza speech about domestic violence".  
  12. ^ Skye, Heather (2013-05-29). "Patrick Stewart Gives Passionate Response to Question At Comicpalooza 2013". Retrieved 2013-06-13. 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Dwaine Caraway
Mayor of Dallas
Feb. 25, 2011–present
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