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Citizens for Hogan
212 Bryant Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13204
Community Service Involvement
- Syracuse Jazz Fest
- Arts in Education
- NYS Rhythm and Blues Fest
- Festa Italiana
- Downtown Advisory Board
- The Latino Festival
- St. Patrick’s School and CYO Basketball Coach
- St. Patrick’s Parade Committee
- Former Deputy Commissioner of Syracuse City Parks & Recreation Department
- Teaching Assistant, Syracuse City School District
- School Based Intervention Team member, Syracuse City School District
- Former Unsung Hero Awardee by the Armory Square Merchants Association
- Awarded City of Syracuse 100% Award in 1988
- A.A.S. Onondaga Community College
- Thomas J. Corcoran High School
Hello Fellow Syracusan,
My name is Pat Hogan, and I am running for Mayor.
I will be a mayor who will respect the concerns of neighborhood residents on issues that affect their quality of life. I am running for mayor to restore fairness and openness in city government. I am a person who fought for four terms on the Common Council for the idea of neighborhood integrity.
I’m running to give Democrats a choice and the neighborhoods a voice. The last four years have been ones of public neglect and cuts to city services that have solely fallen on the neighborhoods while this administration has continually pushed for tax breaks for the wealthy and influential. Cuts to the City Fire Department that imperil Public Safety, closing of the Ida Benderson Senior Center and a non-existent police presence in many of our city neighborhoods are just a few examples of how the current administration has failed to put the good people of Syracuse “first.”
I remember a Syracuse of safe neighborhoods and schools that worked. I want that for the families of today’s Syracuse. we can make these changes by voting in the Democratic Primary on 9/10 from noon-9PM.
We’d love your help!
Please supply your information and we will let you know how you can best support Team Hogan:
Syracuse is a city whose soul is the people who live, work and love what it offers them. That soul is where the solutions to problems will be found, and that soul has everything it takes to thrive as a community. Instead of looking, expecting or waiting for solutions to come from anyone/ anywhere else… we “the soul” will get it done ourselves. Ideas and concerns will be valued, and we will share in the success together!
“Alone” is a lonely word by nature, but the two words combined describes a community whose strength lies within. If harnessed with care and respect, it will overcome any obstacle in its path!