Mayor Stephanie Miner

Valley Drive Attack
4:41 pm
Mon September 23, 2013

Police Arrest 18-Year-Old Suspect in 7-11 Valley Drive Attack

Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler announced during a press conference earlier today that 18 year old Romeo Williams is now in custody in connection with the attack that took place over the weekend in a 7-11 parking lot on Valley Drive. He said James Gifford, 70, was attacked from the front without evident provocation,

“Williams lunged at him, striking him in the face so violently that it knocked him to the ground rendering him unconscious.”

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SYRACUSE MAYORAL PRIMARY
6:25 pm
Wed September 11, 2013

The Votes Are In: Listen to Remarks from Miner and Hogan

Pat Hogan watches the primary results with his campaign members.
Credit Kaitlyn Richards / WAER

Mayor Stephanie Miner and Democratic Mayoral candidate Pat Hogan gathered with their respective campaign advisors and supporters as the primary results came in.



Hogan's fell behind in the race against incumbent Mayor Miner. In his speech after his defeat, he pointed out that only half the Democrats who voted in the primary support Miner, and acknowledged Alfonso Davis's efforts leading up to the primary election.

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Syracuse Mayoral Race
12:50 am
Wed September 11, 2013

Stephanie Miner Holds Onto Democratic Nomination in Primary

Mayor Stephanie Miner wins democratic primary.
Credit minerformayor.com

Mayor Stephanie Miner will once again be the democratic party’s candidate for mayor of the City of Syracuse.

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Syracuse Mayor's Race
4:11 pm
Mon September 9, 2013

Syracuse Mayoral Candidates Trying to Spur Primary Turnout

Primary Election Day, September 10th. Polls open at 12:00 noon.

As Tuesday's Democratic Primary looms, the campaigns of three candidates for the Syracuse Mayoral Race were busy trying to get their word out today.  In addition to fulfilling his duties as City Councilor, Pat Hogan planned on attending a rally today on a key campaign topic.

“Syracuse Firefighters have a rally at station house seven which was closed by the mayor and then there will be a kick-off rally basically to try and take back the city and put the city in a new direction starting tomorrow.”

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Mayoral Election
6:51 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

Maneuvering for November Election Results in Lawsuit

Tom Dadey
Credit CNYGop.com

A Syracuse University political science expert says the maneuvering by Onondaga County Republicans to keep a ballot line open in November without naming a candidate could work for and against the party. 


Professor Grant Reeher of the Maxwell School of Citizenship says it is a bit unusual, and could also be risky:

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