Pat Hogan has decided to end his run for Syracuse Mayor. 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.
Hogan's decision also means he won't be running on the Republican ticket. Here's the statement he released today:
Syracuse’s Democratic state lawmakers say Mayor Stephanie Miner has been a tireless advocate of Syracuse and a close partner in government.
Assemblymembers Bill Magnarelli and Sam Roberts, plus Senator Dave Valesky endorsed Miner’s campaign for re-election today in front of H.W. Smith school. The building is the last to be renovated under phase one of the massive Joint Schools Construction Project. Bill Magnarelli says Miner made sure legislation for phase two made it through the legislature:
Mayoral Candidate and Common Councilor Pat Hogan says Syracuse needs to watch out that it doesn’t go the way of bankrupt Detroit. Hogan released a series of ideas today to raise revenue, create jobs and consolidate government to get the city on better financial footing.
Three new city homes have been introduced in the Syracuse community today as part of an open house event on park avenue.
The new, inexpensive houses for first-time home buyers have replaced the 26 derelict rental units taht used to occupy the space. Mayor Stephanie Miner and local non-profit organization Home Headquarters led the welcoming ceremony. Miner says the change from rental units to domestic housing makes all the difference...