|‹ 1997 2005 ›|
|Rhodea presidential election, 2001|
|April 5, 2001|
|Candidate||Mike Curley||Alan Brooke||Larry J. Warren|
|Running mate||Edmund L. Martins||Jennifer Carlson||Thomas Carlisle|
Presidential election results map. Red denotes states won by Curley, Blue denotes those won by Brooke, and Orange denotes the state won by Warren.
The Rhodea presidential election of 2001 was held on April 5, 2001, and elected Mike Curley for President of Rhodea. The former Vice President, Alan Brooke, lost with 13 against 26 electoral votes. The centrist candidate Larry J. Warren is said to have spoiled Brooke's victory by winning Brooke's home state. The result was a landslide victory to Curley, after capturing the majority of the votes in the larger cities.