List of mayors of Milwaukee

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This is a list of mayors of Milwaukee, Wisconsin:

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# Portrait Mayor Party[1] Sworn In Left Office Comments
1 Solomon Juneau.jpg Solomon Juneau
(1793–1856)
Democrat 1846 1846
2 No image.svg Horatio Wells
(1808–1858)
Democrat 1847 1847
3 No image.svg Byron Kilbourn
(1801–1870)
Democrat 1848 1848
4 No image.svg Don A. J. Upham
(1809–1877)
Democrat 1849 1850
5 Walker's Point.jpg George H. Walker
(1811–1866)
Democrat 1851 1851
6 No image.svg Hans Crocker
(1815–1889)
Democrat 1852 1852
7 Walker's Point.jpg George H. Walker
(1811–1866)
Democrat 1853 1853 His second, nonconsecutive term
8 No image.svg Byron Kilbourn
(1801–1870)
Democrat 1854 1854 His second, nonconsecutive term
9 No image.svg James B. Cross
(1819–1876)
Democrat 1855 1857
10 No image.svg William A. Prentiss
(1799–1892)
Republican 1858 1859
11 No image.svg Herman L. Page
(1818–1873)
Democrat 1859 1859
12 William Pitt Lynde (Wisconsin Congressman).jpg William Pitt Lynde
(1817–1885)
Democrat 1860 1860
13 No image.svg James S. Brown
(1824–1878)
Democrat 1861 1861
14 No image.svg Horace Chase
(1810–1886)
Democrat 1862 1862
15 No image.svg Edward O'Neill
(1820–1890)
Democrat 1863 1863
16 No image.svg Abner Kirby
(1818–1893)
Democrat 1864 1864
17 No image.svg John J. Tallmadge
(1818–1873)
Democrat 1865 1866
18 No image.svg Edward O'Neill
(1820–1890)
Democrat 1867 1870 His second, nonconsecutive term
19 No image.svg Joseph Phillips
(1825–1906)
Democrat 1870 1871
20 Harrison Ludington.jpg Harrison Ludington
(1812–1891)
Republican 1871 1872
21 No image.svg David G. Hooker
(1830–1888)
Democrat 1872 1873
22 Harrison Ludington.jpg Harrison Ludington
(1812–1891)
Republican 1873 1876 His second, nonconsecutive term
23 No image.svg Ammi R. Butler
(1821–1901)
Democrat 1876 1878
24 No image.svg John Black
(1830–1899)
Democrat 1878 1880
25 No image.svg Thomas H. Brown
(1839–1908)
Republican 1880 1882
26 No image.svg John M. Stowell
(1824–1907)
Democrat 1882 1884
27 No image.svg Emil Wallber
(1841–1923)
Republican 1884 1888
28 No image.svg Thomas H. Brown
(1839–1908)
Republican 1888 1890 His second, nonconsecutive term
29 George W. Peck.jpg George W. Peck
(1840–1916)
Democrat 1890 November 11, 1890 Resigned to become Governor of Wisconsin
30 PeterJSomers.jpg Peter J. Somers
(1850–1924)
Democrat December 6, 1890 June 5, 1893 Resigned after being elected to the House of Representatives
No image.svg Henry Hase
(1847–1929)
June 5, 1893 July 1, 1893 Acting Mayor
31 No image.svg John C. Koch
(1841–1907)
Republican 1893 1896
32 No image.svg William C. Rauschenberger
(1855–1918)
Republican 1896 1898
33 David Stuart Rose.png David S. Rose
(1856–1932)
Democrat 1898 1906
34 Sherburn Merrill Becker (November 13, 1876 – February 5, 1949) in 1918.jpg Sherburn M. Becker
(1876–1949)
Republican 1906 1908
35 David Stuart Rose.png David S. Rose
(1856–1932)
Democrat 1908 1910 His second, nonconsecutive term
36 Seidell-Emil-1910.jpg Emil Seidel
(1864–1947)
Socialist 1910 1912
37 Bading 5285929306 496a236157 o.jpg Gerhard A. Bading
(1870–1946)
Republican-Democrat Fusion 1912 1916
38 No image.svg Daniel Hoan
(1881–1961)
Socialist 1916 1940
39 40-zeidler-mayoralpinback.jpg Carl Zeidler
(1908–1942)
Democrat April 15, 1940 April 8, 1942 Resigned to fight in World War II, in which he was killed
40 No image.svg John Bohn
(1872–1955)
Nonpartisan April 8, 1942 April 20, 1948 Interim mayor until being officially elected in 1944
41 No image.svg Frank Zeidler
(1912–2006)
Socialist April 20, 1948 April 18, 1960
42 Henry Maier (12932052063).jpg Henry Maier
(1918–1994)
Democrat April 18, 1960 April 15, 1988
43 John Norquist 2008.jpg John Norquist
(born 1949)
Democrat April 15, 1988 January 1, 2004 Resigned to head the Congress for the New Urbanism
No image.svg Marvin Pratt
(born 1944)
Democrat January 1, 2004 April 15, 2004 Interim mayor, first African American mayor of Milwaukee
44 Tom Barrett (politician).jpg Tom Barrett
(born 1953)
Democrat April 15, 2004 present
  1. ^ As of 1914, the office of mayor of Milwaukee is officially nonpartisan.

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