Syracuse Mayoral Race http://waer.org en Pat Hogan Reflects on Run For Mayor, Time on Council http://waer.org/post/pat-hogan-reflects-run-mayor-time-council <div>This week’s Syracuse Common Council Meeting marked the last for second district councilor Pat Hogan. &nbsp;He’s represented parts of the city’s north and west sides for eight years, and term limits kept him from running again.&nbsp;</div><div>But Hogan DID run for mayor, ultimately conceding he couldn’t win against a well-funded, party backed incumbent. &nbsp;&nbsp;</div><div><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Pat Hogan’s final term representing the Syracuse Common Council’s Second District ends December </span>31st<span style="line-height: 1.5;">. &nbsp;He’ll be succeeded by Chad Ryan. Wed, 18 Dec 2013 21:55:01 +0000 Scott Willis 12117 at http://waer.org Pat Hogan Reflects on Run For Mayor, Time on Council There Will Be No Republican Challenger in Race for Syracuse Mayor http://waer.org/post/there-will-be-no-republican-challenger-race-syracuse-mayor <P>The Onondaga County Republican Party conceded it won’t have a candidate for Syracuse Mayor in November.&nbsp; Chairman Tom Dadey called a press conference to end speculation whether or not a candidate would emerge.&nbsp; Dadey compared politics to baseball, and promises there will always be another season of politics.</P> <P></P> <P></P> <P>Dadey remains optimistic for the next Mayoral Election in four years because he says a lot of young candidates have agreed to step-up.&nbsp;&nbsp;Meanwhile, this November,&nbsp;the points out the Republican Party will still be represented in city ra Mon, 16 Sep 2013 19:55:58 +0000 Scott Willis 8002 at http://waer.org There Will Be No Republican Challenger in Race for Syracuse Mayor Pat Hogan Drops Out of Syracuse Mayoral Race http://waer.org/post/pat-hogan-drops-out-syracuse-mayoral-race <P>Pat Hogan has decided to end his run for Syracuse Mayor.&nbsp; The move comes less than a week after he took second place in a three-way democratic primary against incumbent Stephanie Miner and Alfonso Davis.&nbsp;</P> <P>Hogan's decision also means he won't be running on the Republican ticket.&nbsp; Here's the statement&nbsp;he released today:</P> <P><EM>“Shortly after last Tuesday’s Democratic Primary, I personally decided that I was not interested in accepting the Republican line to challenge Stephanie Miner in November.&nbsp; At the end of the day, I am a proud life-long Democrat.&nbs Mon, 16 Sep 2013 16:46:54 +0000 Scott Willis 7988 at http://waer.org Pat Hogan Drops Out of Syracuse Mayoral Race Add the Green Party to the Race for Syracuse Mayor http://waer.org/post/add-green-party-race-syracuse-mayor <p>Until now, the focus of the Syracuse mayoral race has been on the political posturing of Democrats and Republicans.&nbsp;</p><p></p><p>That changed&nbsp;Wednesday when Green Party candidate Kevin Bott launched his campaign for mayor with promises to bring collaborative, democratic leadership to city hall.&nbsp; In his remarks on the steps of city hall, Bott seemed to be making a not-so-subtle jab at incumbent Mayor Miner and democratic challenger Pat Hogan, who took second place in the primary.</p><p></p><p></p> Thu, 12 Sep 2013 03:43:22 +0000 Scott Willis 7794 at http://waer.org Add the Green Party to the Race for Syracuse Mayor The Votes Are In: Listen to Remarks from Miner and Hogan http://waer.org/post/votes-are-listen-remarks-miner-and-hogan <P>Mayor Stephanie Miner and Democratic Mayoral candidate Pat Hogan gathered with their respective campaign advisors and supporters as the primary results came in.</P> <P></P> <P>Hogan's fell behind in the race against incumbent Mayor Miner. Wed, 11 Sep 2013 22:25:26 +0000 Hannah Warren 7785 at http://waer.org The Votes Are In: Listen to Remarks from Miner and Hogan