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Former mayor Dewey Bartlett
Former mayor Jim Inhofe
Former mayor Rodger Randle

This is a list of mayors of Tulsa, a city in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. Mayors of Tulsa are elected for four year terms.

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Mayors of TulsaEdit

# Mayor Term start Term end Party
1 Edward E. Calkins 1898 1899   No party
2 R. N. Bynum 1899 1900   No party
3 Lewis M. Poe 1900 1901   No party
4 George D. Blakey 1901 1903   No party
5 George W. Mowbray, Sr. 1902 1904   No party
6 H. R. Cline 1904 1905   No party
7 C. L. Reeder 1905 1906   No party
8 John O. Mitchell 1906 1907   No party
9 W. E. Rohde 1907 1909 Democrat
10 John O. Mitchell 1909 1910 Democrat
11 L. J. Martin 1910 1912 Democrat
12 Frank M. Wooden[A 1] 1912 1916 Democrat
13 John H. Simmons 1916 1918 Republican
14 C. H. Hubbard 1918 1920 Democrat
15 T. D. Evans 1920 1922 Republican
16 Herman Frederick Newblock 1922 1928 Democrat
17 Dan W. Patton 1928 1930 Republican
18 George L. Watkins 1930 1932 Democrat
19 Herman Frederick Newblock 1932 1934 Democrat
20 T. A. Penney 1934 1940 Democrat
21 Clarence H. Veale 1940 1944 Democrat
22 Olney F. Flynn 1944 1946 Republican
23 Lee Price 1946 1948 Republican
24 Roy M. Lundy 1948 1950 Democrat
25 George H. Stoner 1950 1952 Republican
26 Clancy M. Warren 1952 1954 Republican
27 L. C. Clark 1954 1956 Republican
28 George E. Norvell 1956 1958 Democrat
29 James L. Maxwell 1958 1966 Democrat
30 James M. Hewgley, Jr. 1966 1970 Republican
31 Robert J. LaFortune 1970 1978 Republican
32 Jim Inhofe 1978 1984 Republican
33 Terry Young 1984 1986 Democrat
34 Dick Crawford 1986 1988 Republican
35 Rodger Randle[A 2] 1988 1992 Democrat
36 Susan Savage 1992 March 31, 2002 Democrat
37 Bill LaFortune April 1, 2002[2] April 9, 2006 Republican
38 Kathy Taylor April 10, 2006[3] December 6, 2009 Democrat
39 Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr. December 7, 2009[4] December 4, 2016 Republican
40 G. T. Bynum December 5, 2016[5] Republican

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Wooden was removed from office in 1916.[1]
  2. ^ Randle resigned July 13, 1992. Savage served as Mayor Pro Tem, elected August 25, 1992 to complete Randall's term.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

General


Specific
  1. ^ Wooden v. State, 1918 OK 280, 173 P. 829, 173 P. 829 (Okla. 1918), available here
  2. ^ Killman, Curtis; Lassek, P.J. (2002-04-02). "Tulsa's new mayor bullish on basics". Tulsa World. Archived from the original on 2009-11-11. Retrieved 2009-11-11.
  3. ^ Lassek, P.J. (2006-04-06). "Taylor visits City Hall". Tulsa World. Archived from the original on 2009-11-11. Retrieved 2009-11-11.
  4. ^ Barber, Brain; Lassek, P.J. (2009-11-11). "Bartlett elected as mayor". Tulsa World. Archived from the original on 2009-11-11. Retrieved 2009-11-11.
  5. ^ Matt Trotter, "Bynum, Councilors, Auditor Sworn in at City Inauguration", KWGS, December 5, 2016.

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