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Record economic development in her first term.

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Thank you so much for stopping by my website to hear more about my plans for the next four years!

When I took office in 2009, Syracuse was facing difficult challenges. People would tell me that our city's best days were behind it and that nothing would ever change. Four years later, our city has been transformed and we're not going to stop until the work is done. From record breaking economic development to record investments in Say Yes to Education to innovative new ways to fight crime, Syracuse is on the move.

Join me in my vision for a 21st Century Syracuse, one that uses innovation and creativity to move our city forward.

Thanks for your support.

Campaign Updates

08.01.2013

Sign up to join us phone bank! As we move into August we're going to start phone banking and canvassing neighborhoods around our city to share Mayor Miner's vision for the next four years.

Sign up here to help out and you'll receive a call to discuss how you can help!

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In the News

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A top state official says Syracusans should keep Stephanie Miner as mayor. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli endorsed the incumbent, who faces a three way primary in two weeks for the democratic mayoral nomination.

SYRACUSE -- A new low-cost airline is coming to Syracuse's Hancock Airport. Allegiant Airlines announced new nonstop service from Syracuse and Tampa Bay, Florida.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Mayor Stephanie Miner holds a commanding lead over two rivals challenging her in the Sept. 10 Democratic primary election, according to a YNN/Siena College poll released today.