In 2001, he ran unopposed for a second four year term.
Indeed, he recently ran unopposed for a third four-year term.
He ran unopposed for reelection in 2004, 2006 and 2008.
Rogers ran unopposed and was elected to the position, which he held until his death.
He ran unopposed for the District 5 seat on the city's west side.
In 2001, he ran unopposed for a second four-year term.
Due to this, he ran unopposed (without anybody else running against him) in the election.
Thus, running unopposed, he received 641 votes, about 95 percent of those cast.
He was the only Senate candidate in 2004 to run unopposed on the ballot.
He won 98.9% of the vote in 2006 while running unopposed.