|Elections in New York State|
This is a list of mayors of Syracuse, New York.
|1.||Harvey Baldwin (D)||1848|
|2.||Elias W. Leavenworth (W)||1849|
|3.||Alfred H. Hovey (D)||1850|
|4.||Horace Wheaton (D)||1851|
|5.||Jason Cooper Woodruff (D)||1852|
|6.||Dennis McCarthy (D)||1853|
|7.||Allen Munroe (W)||1854|
|8.||Lyman Stevens (D)||1855|
|9.||Charles Ferre Williston (D)||1856–1857|
|10.||William Winton (D)||1858|
|11.||Elias W. Leavenworth (R)||1859|
|12.||Amos Westcott (R)||1860|
|13.||Charles Andrews (R)||1861–1862|
|14.||Daniel Bookstaver (D)||1863|
|15.||Archibald Campbell Powell (R)||1864|
|16.||William Davenport Stewart (D)||1865–1867|
|17.||Charles Andrews (R)||1868|
|18.||Charles Parsons Clark (R)||1869–1870|
|19.||Francis Edward Carroll (D)||1871–1872|
|20.||William James Wallace (R)||1873|
|21.||Nathan Fitch Graves (D)||1874|
|22.||George Philip Hier (R)||1875|
|23.||John J. Crouse (R)||1876|
|24.||James Jerome Belden (R)||1877–1878|
|25.||Irving Goodwin Vann (R)||1879|
|26.||Francis Hendricks (R)||1880–1881|
|27.||John Demong (D)||1882|
|28.||Thomas Ryan (D)||1883–1885|
|29.||Willis B. Burns (R)||1886–1887||First to serve two-year term|
|30.||William Burns Kirk III (D)||1888–1889|
|31.||William Cowie (R)||1890–1891|
|32.||Jacob Amos (R)||1892–1895|
|33.||James Kennedy McGuire (D)||1896–1901|
|34.||Jay Butler Kline (R)||1902–1903|
|35.||Alan Cutler Fobes (R)||1904–1909|
|36.||Edward Schoeneck (R)||1910–1913|
|37.||Louis Will (Progressive Party)||1914–1916|
|38.||Walter Robinson Stone (R)||1916–1919|
|39.||Harry Haile Farmer (R)||1920–1921|
|40.||John Henry Walrath (R)||1922–1925|
|41.||Charles George Hanna (R)||1926–1929|
|42.||Rolland Bristol Marvin (R)||1930–1941|
|43.||Thomas Edward Kennedy (R)||1942–1945|
|44.||Frank James Costello (R)||1946–1949|
|45.||Thomas Joseph Corcoran (D)||1950–1953|
|46.||Donald Howe Mead (R)||1954–1957|
|47.||Anthony Aloysius Henninger (R)||1958–1961|
|48.||William Francis Walsh (R)||1962–1969|
|49.||Lee Alexander (D)||1970–1985|
|50.||Thomas Ganley Young (D)||1986–1993||Two-term limits for office of mayor were put into place|
|51.||Roy Albert Bernardi (R)||1994–2001|| Left office a few months early for a federal job at|
Department of Housing and Urban Development
|52.||Matthew John Driscoll (D)||2001–2009|
|53.||Stephanie A. Miner (D)||2010–2017||First female mayor of Syracuse|
|54.||Ben Walsh (I)||2018–Present||First independent mayor of Syracuse|
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