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1930 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1930, held in January of that year, resulted in the election of T. Semmes Walmsley to his first full term as Mayor of New Orleans. T. Semmes Walmsley had been acting mayor since the resignation of the previous ...

1934 New Orleans mayoral election

The incumbent mayor, T. Semmes Walmsley, was backed by the Regular Democratic Organization, a powerful political machine which had dominated the city for decades, as well as by the wealthy residents of the citys Uptown neighborhood. Francis Willi ...

1946 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1946 was held on January 22, 1946. It resulted in the defeat of incumbent mayor Robert Maestri and the election of deLesseps Morrison as Mayor of New Orleans.

1950 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1950 was held on January 24, 1950. It resulted in the re-election of deLesseps Morrison to his second term as Mayor of New Orleans. Like most Southern states between Reconstruction and the civil rights era, Lou ...

1958 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1958, held in February, resulted in the re-election of deLesseps Morrison to his fourth consecutive term as mayor of New Orleans. Morrison was able to defeat the Regular Democratic Organization candidate - form ...

1965 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1965 resulted in the re-election of Victor Schiro to his second full term as Mayor of New Orleans. No runoff was needed, as Schiro received over 50% of the vote. Elections were held on November 6.

1969–70 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1969-1970 resulted in the election of Moon Landrieu as mayor of New Orleans. This election also saw an unexpectedly strong showing for a Republican candidate; the party had previously had negligible support in ...

1973 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1973 resulted in the reelection of Moon Landrieu to his second term as mayor of New Orleans. The primary round of voting was held on November 10; no runoff was required.

1977 New Orleans mayoral election

Elections in Louisiana - with the exception of U.S. presidential elections - follow a variation of the open primary system. Candidates of any and all parties are listed on one ballot; voters need not limit themselves to the candidates of one part ...

1982 New Orleans mayoral election

Elections in Louisiana - with the exception of U.S. presidential elections - follow a variation of the open primary system. Candidates of any and all parties are listed on one ballot; voters need not limit themselves to the candidates of one part ...

1986 New Orleans mayoral election

Elections in Louisiana - with the exception of U.S. Presidential and Congressional elections - follow a variation of the open primary system. Candidates of any and all parties are listed on one ballot; voters need not limit themselves to the cand ...

1990 New Orleans mayoral election

Elections in Louisiana - with the exception of U.S. Presidential and Congressional elections - follow a variation of the open primary system. Candidates of any and all parties are listed on one ballot; voters need not limit themselves to the cand ...

1994 New Orleans mayoral election

Elections in Louisiana - with the exception of U.S. presidential elections - follow a variation of the open primary system. Candidates of any and all parties are listed on one ballot; voters need not limit themselves to the candidates of one part ...

1998 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 1998 was held on February 7, 1998, and resulted in the reelection of incumbent Marc Morial to a second term as Mayor of New Orleans. Elections in Louisiana - with the exception of U.S. presidential elections - ...

2002 New Orleans mayoral election

The New Orleans mayoral election of 2002 was an election for Mayor of New Orleans; the primary round of voting was held on February 2, 2002, followed by a runoff on March 2. It resulted in the election of Ray Nagin as mayor.

2006 New Orleans mayoral election

The first round of the New Orleans mayoral election of 2006 took place on April 22, 2006; a runoff between incumbent Mayor Ray Nagin and Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Mitch Landrieu took place on May 20, resulting in reelection for Mayor Nagin. T ...

2010 New Orleans mayoral election

The 2010 New Orleans mayoral election was held on February 6, 2010 to elect the Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana. Incumbent Democratic Mayor Ray Nagin was term-limited and ineligible to run for re-election to a third term. Democrat Mitch Landrieu, ...

2014 New Orleans mayoral election

The 2014 New Orleans mayoral election was held on February 1, 2014 to elect the Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana. Incumbent Democratic Mayor Mitch Landrieu was re-elected to a second term.

2017 New Orleans mayoral election

The 2017 New Orleans mayoral election was held on November 18, 2017. On October 14 all candidates competed on one ballot regardless of party registration. Incumbent Democratic Mayor Mitch Landrieu was term-limited and could not seek reelection. T ...

1897 New York City Borough President elections

Elections for New York Citys Borough presidents were held on November 2, 1897. The City of Greater New York, as the newly-enlarged New York City was colloquially known, had been created from what had been New York City, Richmond County, Kings Cou ...

1901 New York City Borough President elections

Elections were held to elect the Borough presidents of New York City on November 5, 1901. Fusionists and Republicans won three of the citys five boroughs while Democrats were returned in The Bronx and Queens.

1929 New York City Borough President elections

Elections of New York Citys Borough presidents were held on November 5, 1929, in concert with such contests as the mayoralty, Comptroller, aldermen, County Sheriffs, Aldermanic Board President, and other miscellaneous questions on the ballot. Dem ...

2013 New York City Borough President elections

The 2013 elections for Borough Presidents were held on November 5, 2013, and coincided with elections for Mayor, Public Advocate, Comptroller, and members of the New York City Council. Primary elections were held on September 10, 2013.

Bronx County District Attorney

The Bronx County District Attorney is the elected district attorney for Bronx County, which is coterminous with the Borough of the Bronx, in New York City. The office is responsible for the prosecution of violations of New York state laws. The cu ...

City University Film Festival

The CUNY Film Festival is the official film festival of CUNY. The festival promotes creative collaboration between filmmakers from CUNYs four-year schools, two-year schools, and graduate programs offering students a chance to promote their own wo ...

City University of New York Public Safety Department

The City University of New York Public Safety Department is the sworn public safety agency of the City University of New York system.

CUNY Dominican Studies Institute

The CUNY Dominican Studies Institute is an interdisciplinary research unit of the City University of New York devoted to the study of Dominicans in the United States and other parts of the world, including the Dominican Republic. The Institute is ...

Henri Peyre French Institute

The Henri Peyre French Institute was founded by distinguished Professor Mary Ann Caws and Professor Emeritus John W. Kneller in 1980 to honor the internationally acclaimed scholar Henri Peyre, critic and author of over 44 books, who is particular ...

Institute for State and Local Governance

The CUNY Institute for State and Local Governance is a research and policy organization based out of City University of New York. ISLG was founded in 2013 by Michael P. Jacobson, a former President of the Vera Institute of Justice and veteran gov ...

National Network for Safe Communities

The National Network for Safe Communities is a research center at City University of New York John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The NNSC works with communities to reduce violence, minimize arrest and incarceration, and increase trust between ...

New York City Comptroller

The Office of Comptroller of New York City is the chief fiscal officer and chief auditing officer of the city. The comptroller is elected, citywide, to a four-year term and can hold office for two consecutive terms. The current comptroller is Dem ...

New York City Council

The New York City Council is the lawmaking body of the City of New York. It has 51 members from 51 council districts throughout the five boroughs. The Council serves as a check against the mayor in a mayor-council government model. The Council mo ...

New York City Public Advocate

The office of New York City Public Advocate is a citywide elected position in New York City, which is first in line to succeed the mayor. The office serves as a direct link between the electorate and city government, effectively acting as an ombu ...

List of Commissioners Offices of New York City

This is a list of commissioners offices that head departments in New York City government. There are many other municipal government offices with the title of "commissioner" in New York City, and some departments are headed by individuals with a ...

New York City Department for the Aging

The New York City Department for the Aging is the department of the government of New York City that provides support and information for older people. Its regulations are compiled in title 69 of the New York City Rules. As of April 9, 2019 Lorra ...

New York City Public Design Commission

The New York City Public Design Commission, known legally as the Art Commission, is the agency of the New York City government that reviews permanent works of architecture, landscape architecture, and art proposed on or over city-owned property. ...

New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services

The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services provides effective shared services to support the operations of city government. Its commitment to equity, effectiveness, and sustainability guides its work with city government age ...

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs is the department of the government of New York City dedicated to supporting New York Citys cultural life. Among its primary missions is ensuring adequate public funding for non-profit cultural org ...

New York City Department of Design and Construction

New York City Department of Design and Construction is the department of the government of New York City that builds many of the civic facilities in New York City. As the City’s primary capital construction project manager, they provide new or re ...

New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development is the department of the government of New York City responsible for developing and maintaining the citys stock of affordable housing. Its regulations are compiled in title 28 of the New York ...

New York City Human Resources Administration

The Human Resources Administration or Department of Social Services is the department of the government of New York City in charge of the majority of the citys social services programs. HRA helps New Yorkers in need through a variety of services ...

New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications

The New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications is the department of the government of New York City that "oversees the Citys use of existing and emerging technologies in government operations, and its delivery of se ...

New York City Department of Investigation

The New York City Department of Investigation is a law enforcement agency of the government of New York City that has been referred to by some observers New York Citys "secret police" because its investigations are confidential and its investigat ...

New York City Department of Juvenile Justice

The New York City Department of Juvenile Justice was the department of the government of New York City that provided secure and non-secure pre-conviction detention facilities for youths aged between 7 and 16. On December 7, 2010 Mayor Michael Blo ...

New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission

The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission is an agency of the New York City government that licenses and regulates the medallion taxis and for-hire vehicle industries, including app-based companies. The TLCs regulatory landscape includes me ...

New York City Mayors Office of Management and Budget

The New York City Mayors Office of Management and Budget, formerly New York City Office of Management and Budget, is the New York City governments chief financial agency, organized as part of the New York City Mayors office. OMB staff, under the ...

New York City Board of Correction

The New York City Board of Correction is an agency of the New York City government that regulates conditions of confinement, correctional health, and mental health care in city correctional facilities.

New York City Civil Service Commission

The New York City Civil Service Commission is the local civil service commission of the NY State Civil Service Commission within the New York City government that hears appeals by city employees and applicants that have been disciplined or disqua ...

New York City Office of Collective Bargaining

The New York City Office of Collective Bargaining is an agency of the New York City government that regulates labor relations disputes and controversies with city employees, including certification of collective bargaining representatives, mediat ...

New York City Procurement Policy Board

The New York City Procurement Policy Board is an agency of the New York City government that regulates the procurement of goods, services, and construction that uses city money.