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Robert Warren "Bo" Williams (born July 21, 1938) is a former Republican mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana, having served a single term from 1994-1998.
Williams defeated his fellow city council member, Democrat Roy Cary, an African-American, 38,596 votes (59 percent) to 27,018 (41 percent). Eliminated in the jungle primary was former Democratic Mayor John Brennan Hussey.
In 1990, Williams was elected to a single term on the Shreveport City Council from District E. He received, 6,293 votes (53 percent) to Democrat John L. Albritton's 5,503 ballots (47 percent). He left the council to become mayor.