List of mayors of Utica, New York

This article contains a list of mayors of the city of Utica in the U.S. State of New York, in the United States.

Mayor of Utica
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Incumbent
Robert M. Palmieri

since January 1, 2011
StyleThe Honorable
Term lengthFour years; renewable
Inaugural holderJoseph Kirkland
Formation1832
Salary$93,500 (2020)
Website[1]

ListEdit

Name Party Term Ref
Joseph Kirkland Federalist 1832 [1]
Henry Seymour 1833 [2]
Joseph Kirkland Federalist 1834–1835 [1]
John H. Ostrom 1836 [3]
Theodore S. Gold Whig 1837 [4]
Charles P. Kirkland 1838 [4]
John C. Devereux 1839–1840 [5]
Spencer Kellogg 1841
Horatio Seymour Democratic 1842 [2]
Frederick Hollister Whig 1843 [6]
Ward Hunt Democratic 1844 [7]
Edmund A. Wetmore Whig 1845–1846 [8]
James Watson Williams Democratic 1847 [9]
Joshua A. Spencer Whig 1848 [10]
Thomas R. Walker Whig 1849–1850 [11]
John E. Hinman Democratic 1851–1852 [12]
Charles H. Doolittle Democratic 1853 [13]
John E. Hinman Democraitc 1854 [12]
Henry Hopkins Fish Whig 1855 [14]
Alrick Hubbell Whig 1856–1858 [15]
Roscoe Conkling Republican 1858–1859 [16]
Charles Stuart Wilson Democratic 1859 [17]
Calvin Hall Republican 1860 [17]
DeWitt C. Grove Democratic 1860–1862 [17]
Charles S. Wilson 1863
Theodore S. Faxton National Union 1864 [18]
John Warren Butterfield National Union 1865 [19]
James McQuade National Union 1866 [20]
Charles S. Wilson 1867
John T. Spriggs Democratic 1868 [21]
Ephraim Chamberlain Democratic 1869 [22]
James McQuade 1870
Miles C. Comstock Democratic 1871 [23]
Theodore F. Butterfield Republican 1872 [24]
Charles K. Grannis Democratic 1873 [25]
Theodore S. Sayre Republican 1874 [26]
Charles W. Hutchinson Democratic 1875 [27]
Charles E. Barnard 1876
David H. Gaffin Republican 1877 [28]
James Benton Workingmen's 1878 [29]
John Buckley Democratic 1879 [30]
John T. Spriggs Democratic 1880 [21]
James Miller Republican 1881 [31]
Francis M. Burdick 1882
Charles A. Doolittle Democratic 1883 [32]
James S. Sherman Republican 1884 [33]
Thomas E. Kinney Democratic 1885–1887 [34]
Henry Martin Democratic 1888 [35]
Samuel J. Barrows Democratic 1889 [36]
Alexander T. Goodwin Democratic 1890–1891 [37]
Thomas Wheeler Republican 1892–1893 [38]
John G. Gibson Democratic 1894–1897 [39]
Thomas E. Kinney Republican 1898–1899 [40]
George Beatty 1899
Richard W. Sherman 1900–1901 [41]
Charles A. Talcott Democratic 1902–1906 [41]
Richard W. Sherman 1906–1908 [41]
Thomas Wheeler 1908–1910 [41]
Frederick Gillmore Democratic 1910–1912 [41]
Frank J. Baker Republican 1912–1914 [41]
James D. Smith 1914–1920 [41]
James K. O'Connor 1920–1922 [41]
Fred J. Douglas Republican 1922–1924 [41]
Frederick Gillmore Democratic 1924–1928 [41]
Fred J. Rath Republican 1928–1930 [41]
Charles S. Donnelley Democratic 1930–1934 [41]
Samuel Sloan Republican 1934–1936 [41]
Vincent R. Corrou Democratic 1936–1944 [41]
J. Bradley German Jr. Republican 1944–1946 [41]
Boyd Golder Democratic 1946–1956 [41]
John T. McKennan Democratic 1956–1959 [41]
Frank M. Dulan Republican 1959–1968 [41]
Dominick Assaro Democratic 1968–1972 [41]
Michael Caruso Republican 1972–1974 [41]
Edward A. Hanna Independent 1974–1978 [41]
Stephen J. Pawlinga Democratic 1978–1984 [41]
Louis D. LaPolla Republican 1984–1996 [41]
Edward A. Hanna Independent 1996–2000 [41]
Timothy J. Julian Republican 2000–2008 [41]
David R. Roefaro Democratic 2008–2012 [41]
Robert M. Palmieri Democratic 2012–present [41]

ReferencesEdit

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