Independence/Reform Party Nominee Wins Syracuse Mayoralty

On November 7, Syracuse, New York, held a partisan election for city office. Ben Walsh, who was not a major party nominee, but who was the nominee of the Independence Party and the Reform Party, won the election. See this story. Thanks to William Stevenson for the link.


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Independence/Reform Party Nominee Wins Syracuse Mayoralty — 1 Comment

  1. Curiously he had sought the Republican nomination,but had refused to change his registration. In New York party bosses have to give permission for a non-member to seek nomination.

    It may have been a blessing in disguise as the Republican nominee finished 4th with 3% of the vote behind Green nominee Howie Hawkins who had 4%.

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