Mayor for life
The tongue-in-cheek epithet Mayor for Life has been popularly applied to several long-serving mayors of American cities including:
- Richard J. Daley of Chicago (elected six times, served from 1955 to his death in 1976)
- Richard M. Daley of Chicago (son of the above, also elected six times, served from 1989 to 2011)
- Tom Bradley (American politician) of Los Angeles (elected five times, served from 1973 to 1993)
- Jerry Abramson of Louisville
- Marion Barry of Washington, D.C. (elected four times, served from 1979 to 1991 and 1995 to 1999)
- Buddy Cianci of Providence, Rhode Island
- Thomas Menino of Boston
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