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- San Diego boost. Nordahl, Peter // Christian Science Monitor;1/23/95, Vol. 87 Issue 39, p20
Presents a photograph of the Mayor of San Diego being congratulated after the announcement of the statement that San Diego will host the 1996 Republican presidential convention.
- Forbes, White battle to become Cleveland mayor. // Jet;10/23/89, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p12
Discusses the political contest between two black men, George Forbes and Michael White, for the mayor's seat in Cleveland, Ohio. Their careers; The campaign.
- Black mayors: can they make cities work? // Mother Jones;Jul84, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p30
Ten years ago, when Detroit's Coleman Young took office, people wondered if Black mayors were going to be the undertakers or saviors of America's cities. Young and a second generation of Black mayors--who run four out of the six biggest U.S. cities--are exuding the energy and confidence of...
- A black mayor betrays the faith. // Washington Monthly;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 18 Issue 6/7, p24
A discussion of various black mayors who are supported despite poor performance because they are black. It is time for American blacks to defeat black mayors; they are no longer a symbol of pride for the race. INSET: Goode: bad and indifferent..
- City lights. Eggers, William D. // Policy Review;Sum93, Issue 65, p67
Features the three mayors who emerged with answers to the mass exodus of businesses and middle-income residents from their cities to the suburbs. Philadelphia's Edward Rendell; Indianapolis's Stephen Goldsmith; Milwaukee's John Norquist; City Hall's corruption and patronage; Budget deficit;...
- It should be interesting time for voters, businesses. Crain, Keith // Crain's Detroit Business;10/4/93, Vol. 9 Issue 40, p6
Discusses the elections for Michigan mayor. Surprises; Candidate Sharon McPhail's gain of Mayor Coleman Young's support; Predictions on the candidates for the Senate elections; Call for business sector's show of support for the mayoral candidates.
- Race winds down as candidates wind up with economic pitch. Goodin, Michael // Crain's Detroit Business;11/1/93, Vol. 9 Issue 44, p1
Reports on the economic proposals presented by mayoral candidates in Detroit, Michigan. Support from real estate and development leaders for Dennis Archer's plan; Sharon McPhail's outline of her automobile insurance fund.
- A mile high race for mayor. Krampf, Leslie // Christian Science Monitor;6/6/95, Vol. 87 Issue 133, p3
Analyzes the candidates for the Mayor election in Denver and their campaign promises. Speculation over how the public views the issue of affirmative action.
- Race after Washington. Greene, P. // Commonweal;4/7/89, Vol. 116 Issue 7, p199
Reports on the effects of the current mayoral race in Chicago, Illinois on the city's black community and its political power. Acting Mayor Eugene Sawyer; Changes in the city's structure.