Mayor of York, Pennsylvania

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As of 2018, the city of York, Pennsylvania has had 27 mayors.[1] Jacob E. Weaver served as mayor twice, non-consecutively, into the 1910s and 1930s; John L. Snyder did the same, in the 1940s and 1960s.

Order Mayor Party Term
1 Daniel K. Noell 1887–1893
2 George W.S. Loucks 1893–1896
3 Charles W. Brandt 1896–1899
4 Frank Geise 1899–1900
5 Robert Gibson 1900–1902
6 Milton Gibson 1902–1905
7 J. St. Clair McCall 1905–1908
8 Jacob E. Weaver 1908–1911
9 John R. Lafean 1911–1916
10 E.S. Hugentugler 1916–1928
11 Jacob E. Weaver (served previously) 1928–1932
12 Harry B. Anstine 1932–1942
13 Harvey Werner 1942–1944
14 John L. Snyder 1944–1948
15 Felix Bentzel 1948–1952
16 Howard Eyster 1952–1956
17 Fred A. Schiding 1956–1962
18 John L. Snyder (served previously) 1962–1969
19 Jesse M. Gross 1969–1970
20 Eli Eichelberger 1970–1974
21 John D. Krout 1974–1978
22 Betty Marshall Democrat 1978–1982
23 William J. Althaus Republican 1982–1994
24 Charles Robertson Democrat[2] 1994–2002
25 John S. Brenner Democrat January 7, 2002 – January 4, 2010
26 Kim Bracey Democrat January 4, 2010 – January 2, 2018
27 Michael Helfrich Democrat (ran as Republican)[3] January 2, 2018 – present

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References[edit]

  1. ^ McClure, Jim (May 19, 2009). "Winner in the November election the 26th mayor of York, Pa". York Town Square. Archived from the original on September 29, 2011. Retrieved August 22, 2011. 
  2. ^ McMenamin, Jennifer (May 25, 2001). "York mayor won't seek re-election". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved September 12, 2012. In a brief letter to the York County Democratic Party chairman, Robertson, 67, announced that he would withdraw as the party's candidate... 
  3. ^ Rago, Gordon (December 29, 2017). "Court challenge would block Helfrich from taking office as York mayor". York Daily Record. Retrieved January 4, 2018. a Democrat, he ran as a Republican after winning enough write-in votes in the GOP primary 
  4. ^ McClure, Jim (November 4, 2009). "Check out these updated lists of pioneering York County minorities, women". York Town Square. York Daily Record. Retrieved January 4, 2018.