Michael J. Sullivan (mayor)
|Michael J. Sullivan|
|Mayor of Lawrence, Massachusetts|
November 8, 2001 – January 4, 2010
|Preceded by||Marcos A. Devers (acting)|
|Succeeded by||William Lantigua|
|Member of the
|Born||December 18, 1956|
|Spouse(s)||Mary Sullivan (divorced)|
Michael J. Sullivan (born December 18, 1956) was the mayor of the City of Lawrence, Massachusetts. A Republican, Sullivan became the mayor in 2001 after beating Isabel Melendez. He was re-elected in 2005 beating Marcos Devers in non-partisan elections.
Although he formed an exploratory committee to enter the Special Election to replace Congressman Marty Meehan, Sullivan ultimately decided not to run and endorsed Republican candidate Jim Ogonowski.
- Conti, Kathleen (January 5, 2010), Amid optimism, Lantigua takes office in Lawrence Outlines goals, challenges the city faces, Boston, MA: The Boston Globe
- Silberman, Ellen J. (November 6, 2001), Voters to decide Hub mayoral race, tax question, Boston, MA: The Boston Herald, p. 1
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- Guarino, David R. (March 16, 2002). "Acting gov to turn up the heat in budget war". Boston Herald.
Marcos A. Devers (acting)
|Mayor of Lawrence
January 2002 - January 4, 2010
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