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List of Mayors of Miami

This is a list of mayors of the city of Miami, Florida.

List of mayors

Image Mayor Term Party
John B. Reilly[1] 1896 - 1900
J. E. Lummus[1] (or J. E. Lemus?) 1900 - 1903 Republican
John Sewell 1903 - 1907[2] Republican
Frank H. Wharton[1] 1907 - 1911 Republican
Samuel Rodman Smith[1] 1911 - 1913 Republican
John W. Watson, Sr.[1] 1913 - January 1, 1915 Republican
Parker A. Henderson[1] January 1, 1915 - January 1, 1917 Republican
John W. Watson, Sr. January 1, 1917 - January 1, 1919 Republican
W. P. Smith[1] January 1, 1919 - January 1, 1921[3] Republican
C. D. Leffler January 1, 1921 - January 1, 1923 Republican
P. A. Henderson January 1, 1923 - January 1, 1925 Republican
Edward C. Romfh January 1, 1925 - January 1, 1927 Republican
EG Sewell.jpg E. G. Sewell January 1, 1927 - January 1, 1929 Republican
C. H. Reeder January 1, 1929 - January 1, 1931 Republican
R.B. Gautier January 1, 1931 - January 1, 1933 Republican
EG Sewell.jpg E. G. Sewell January 1, 1933 - January 1, 1935 Republican
A. D. H. Fossey January 1, 1935 - January 1, 1937 Republican
Robert R. Williams January 1, 1937 - January 1, 1939 Republican
EG Sewell.jpg E. G. Sewell January 1, 1939 - April 2, 1940 Republican
Alexander Orr, Jr. April 2, 1940 - January 1, 1941 Republican
C. H. Reeder January 1, 1941 - January 1, 1943 Republican
Leonard K. Thomson January 1, 1943 - January 1, 1945 Republican
Perrine Palmer, Jr. January 1, 1945 - January 1, 1947 Republican
Robert L. Floyd January 1, 1947 - January 1, 1949 Democratic
William M. Wolfarth January 1, 1949 - January 1, 1951 Republican
Chelsie J. Senerchia January 1, 1951 - January 1, 1953 Republican
Abe Aronovitz.jpg Abe Aronovitz January 1, 1953 - January 1, 1955 Republican
Randy Christmas January 1, 1955 - January 1, 1957 Republican
Miami Mayor Robert King High.png Robert King High January 1, 1957 - August 30, 1967 Democratic
Clark, Stephen P.jpg Stephen P. Clark August 31, 1967 - November 25, 1970[4] Democratic
David T. Kennedy November 25, 1970 - April 11, 1973 Democratic
Maurice Ferre 2009.jpg Maurice Ferré April 19, 1973 - August 17, 1973 Democratic
David T. Kennedy August 17, 1973 - November 8, 1973 Democratic
Maurice Ferre 2009.jpg Maurice Ferré November 8, 1973 - November 14, 1985[5] Democratic
Xavier Suárez November 14, 1985 - November 11, 1993 Democratic
Clark, Stephen P.jpg Stephen P. Clark November 11, 1993 - June 4, 1996[4] Democratic
Willy Gort.jpg Willy Gort June 4, 1996 - July 24, 1996 Republican
Joe Carollo July 24, 1996 - November 14, 1997[6][7] Republican
Xavier Suárez November 14, 1997 - March 12, 1998[8] Democratic
Joe Carollo March 12, 1998 - November 17, 2001[9] Republican
20080507 Manny Diaz.jpg Manny Díaz November 17, 2001 - November 11, 2009 Democratic
Mayor Regalado.jpg Tomás Regalado November 11, 2009 - November 7, 2017[10][11] Republican
Francis X. Suarez November 7, 2017 - present Republican

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g E. V. Blackman (1921), Miami and Dade County, Florida, Washington, D.C.: V. Rainbolt, OCLC 1580474  + Mayors of Miami
  2. ^ Thomas A. Tweed (1995). "Emerging Protestant Establishment: Religious Affiliation and Public Power on the Urban Frontier in Miami, 1896-1904". Church History. 64. JSTOR 3168948. 
  3. ^ "City Government". Miami City Directory. R.L. Polk & Co. 1920. 
  4. ^ a b "Ex-Mayor of Miami Gets His Job Back", New York Times, November 11, 1993 
  5. ^ "Hispanic Heritage Month" (PDF), Congressional Record, Washington DC, October 16, 2013, Recognizing the Contributions of Maurice Ferre 
  6. ^ "Cuban-Born Commissioner Is Elected Mayor of Miami", New York Times, July 25, 1996 
  7. ^ "Miami City Officials". City of Miami, Florida Official Web Site. Archived from the original on January 16, 1997 - via Internet Archive, Wayback Machine. 
  8. ^ "Fraud Ruling Invalidates Miami Mayoral Election", New York Times, March 5, 1998 
  9. ^ "Court Reinstates Carollo As Miami's Mayor", CNN, March 11, 1998 
  10. ^ "New Mayor for Miami", New York Times, November 4, 2009 
  11. ^ "About the Mayor". City of Miami. Archived from the original on January 4, 2014. 

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