Martin J. Sweeney

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Martin J. Sweeney (born July 2, 1963) is an American politician of the Democratic Party in Cleveland, Ohio. He served as the majority leader of Cleveland City Council, representing Ward 20. He was elected council president in November 2005, when then-president Frank G. Jackson was elected mayor of Cleveland. He assumed office as council president on January 2, 2006. Sweeney graduated from Saint Ignatius High School on Cleveland's West Side in 1981. Sweeney's father is retired Cleveland Municipal Court judge Gerald Francis Sweeney.

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Preceded by
Frank G. Jackson
President of Cleveland City Council
Succeeded by