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NYC Mayor Bloomberg's Anti-Gun Mayors Coalition

Friday, January 19, 2007

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Below is a complete list of Mayors who have joined Bloomberg’s anti-gun coalition. If your Mayor is on this list, please contact him or her to voice your opposition and ask that he or she reconsider his or her position.

Click here to view sample letters to send to your Mayor.

For tips on communicating with your elected officials see our "Effectively Communicating With Your Lawmakers" information.

For more information about Bloomberg's anti-gun Mayor's coalition see Anti-Gun Mayors Hatch Scheme.

Alabama:
 
Mayor Samuel L. Jones
Mobile, AL
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Alaska:
Mayor Mark Begich - withdrew
Anchorage, AK
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Arkansas:
 

Mayor Dan Coody
Fayetteville, AR

Mayor Patrick Hays
North Little Rock, AR

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California:
 

Mayor Todd Campbell
Burbank, CA

Mayor Daniel E. Furtado
Campbell, CA

Mayor Cheryl Cox
Chula Vista, CA

Mayor Kris Wang
Cupertino, CA

Mayor Robert Wasserman
Fremont, CA

 

Mayor Gary Plass
Healdsburg, CA

Mayor Beth Krom
Irvine, CA

Mayor H. Manuel Ortiz
Irwindale, CA

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
Los Angeles, CA

Mayor Rob Schroder
Martinez, CA

Mayor Steve Cottrell
Nevada City, CA

 

Mayor Ron Dellums
Oakland, CA

Mayor Steven Glazer
Orinda, CA

Mayor Pamela Torliatt
Petaluma, CA

Mayor David Durant
Pleasant Hill , CA

Mayor Jennifer Hosterman
Pleasanton, CA

Mayor Thomas D. Long
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

 
Mayor Gayle McLaughlin
Richmond, CA
 

Mayor Heather Fargo
Sacramento, CA

Mayor Patrick J. Morris
San Bernardino, CA

Mayor Jerry Sanders
San Diego, CA

 
Mayor Gavin Newsom
San Francisco, CA
 

Mayor Chuck Reed
San Jose, CA

 

Mayor Miguel Pulido
Santa Ana, CA
 

Mayor Marty Blum
Santa Barbara, CA

Mayor Joseph D. Serrano, Sr.
Santa Fe Springs, CA

Mayor Bob Blanchard
Santa Rosa, CA

Mayor Paul Miller
Simi Valley, CA

Mayor Edward Chavez
Stockton, CA

Mayor Otto O. Lee
Sunnyvale, CA

Mayor Anthony Intintoli
Vallejo, CA

Mayor Morris Vance
Vista, CA

Mayor Antonio "Tony" Cartegena
Walnut, CA

Mayor Christopher Cabaldon
West Sacramento, CA

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Colorado:
 
Mayor John Hickenlooper
Denver, CO
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Connecticut:
 
Mayor John Fabrizi
Bridgeport, CT
 
Mayor Eddie Perez
Hartford, CT
 
Mayor John DeStefano
New Haven, CT
 
Mayor Richard Moccia
Norwalk, CT
 
Mayor Dannel Malloy
Stamford, CT

 

Mayor Scott Slifka
West Hartford, CT 

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Delaware:
 
Mayor Vance A. Funk, III
Newark, DE
 
Mayor James M. Baker
Wilmington, DE
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District of Columbia:
 
Mayor Adrian Fenty
Washington, DC
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Florida:

Mayor Scott J. Brook
Coral Springs, FL

 

Mayor Joy Cooper
Hallandale Beach, FL

Mayor Julio Robaina
Hialeah, FL

 
Mayor Mara Giulianti
Hollywood, FL
 
Mayor Manuel Diaz
Miami, FL
 

Mayor Kevin Burns
North Miami, FL

Mayor Frank C. Ortis
Pembroke Pines, FL

Mayor Patricia Christensen
Port St Lucie, FL

Mayor John Marks, III
Tallahassee, FL

Mayor Beth Talabisco
Tamarac, FL

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Georgia:
 
Mayor Heidi Davison
Athens-Clarke County, GA
 
Mayor Shirley Franklin
Atlanta, GA
 

Mayor Jack Ellis
Macon, GA

Mayor Jere Wood
Roswell, GA

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Hawaii:
 
Mayor Mufi Hannemann
Honolulu, HI
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Idaho:

Mayor Jared Fuhriman - withdrew (read more)
Idaho Falls, ID

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Illinois:

 
Mayor Richard Daley
Chicago, IL
 
Mayor Lorraine H. Morton
Evanston, IL
 
Mayor Rita L. Mullins
Palatine, IL

Mayor John A. Spring
Quincy, IL 


Mayor Lawrence Morrissey
Rockford, IL
 
 

Mayor Richard H. Hyde
Waukegan, IL

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Indiana:
 
Mayor James Brainard - withdrew, read about it
Carmel, IN
 
Mayor Graham Richard
Fort Wayne, IN
 
Mayor Stephen Luecke
South Bend, IN
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Iowa:
 
Mayor Kay Halloran
Cedar Rapids, IA
 
Mayor Edwin Winborn
Davenport, IA
 
Mayor T.M. Franklin Cownie
Des Moines, IA
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Kentucky:
 

Mayor Elaine Walker
Bowling Green, KY

Mayor Butch Callery
Covington, KY

Mayor Jerry Abramson
Louisville, KY

Mayor Thomas L. Guidugli
Newport, KY

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Louisiana:
 
Mayor Melvin "Kip" Holden
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Mayor Ray Nagin
New Orleans, LA
 
Mayor Cedric B. Glover
Shreveport, LA
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Maine:
 
Mayor Nicholas Mavodones, Jr.
Portland, ME
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Maryland:
 
Mayor Ellen Moyer
Annapolis, MD
 
Mayor Sheila Dixon
Baltimore, MD
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Massachusetts:
 
Mayor Tom Menino (Co-Chair)
Boston, MA
 
Mayor James E. Harrington
Brockton, MA
 
Mayor Kenneth Reeves
Cambridge, MA
 

Mayor Jim Fiorentini
Haverhill, MA

Mayor Michael J. Sullivan
Holyoke, MA

Mayor Clare Higgins
Northampton, MA

Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone
Somerville, MA

 
Mayor Charles V. Ryan
Springfield, MA
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Michigan:
 
Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick
Detroit, MI
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Minnesota:
 

Mayor Steve Lampi
Brooklyn Park, MN

Mayor Gary F. Van Eyll
Chaska, MN

 
Mayor Herb W. Bergson
Duluth, MN
 

Mayor R.T. Rybak
Minneapolis, MN

Mayor Rob Marty
Mounds View, MN

 

Mayor Chris Coleman
St. Paul, MN

Mayor Mark Schiffman
Waconia, MN

Mayor Andrew G. Humphrey
Wayzata, MN

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Mississippi:
 
Mayor Johnny DuPree
Hattiesburg, MS
 

Mayor Frank Melton
Jackson, MS

Mayor Phillip West
Natchez, MS

Mayor Matthew J. Avara
Pascagoula, MS

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Missouri:
 
Mayor Francis Slay
St. Louis, MO
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Montana:
 
Mayor Ron Tussing
Billings, MT
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Nebraska:
 
Mayor Chris Beutler
Lincoln, NE
 
Mayor Mike Fahey
Omaha, NE
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Nevada:
 
Mayor Geno Martini - withdrew
Sparks, NV
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New Jersey:
 

Mayor Kevin G. Sanders
Asbury Park, NJ

Mayor Joseph V. Doria, Jr.
Bayonne, NJ

Mayor Jason J. Varano
Berkeley Township, NJ

Mayor Sophie Heymann
Borough of Closter, NJ

Mayor James A. Gallos
Borough of Milford, NJ

Mayor Pasquale Menna
Borough of Red Bank, NJ

Mayor Emilia M. Siciliano
Borough of Shrewsbury, NJ

Mayor Barry H. Zagnit
Borough of Spotswood, NJ

Mayor Betty Simmons
Borough of Victory Gardens, NJ

Mayor Gwendolyn Faison
Camden, NJ

Mayor Carol Foster
Corbin City, NJ

Mayor James Carroll
Demarest, NJ

Mayor Chester Riland
Downe Township, NJ

Mayor Joseph R. Smith
East Newark, NJ

 

Mayor Robert L. Bowser
East Orange, NJ

Mayor J. Christian Bollwage
Elizabeth, NJ

Mayor David Delle Donna
Guttenberg, NJ

Mayor Beth Ann Haven
Haddon Heights, NJ

 
Mayor Glen D. Gilmore
Hamilton, NJ
 

Mayor Meryl Frank
Highland Park, NJ

Mayor Wayne Smith
Irvington, NJ

Mayor Jerramiah Healy
Jersey City, NJ

Mayor Brian A. Reid
Lacey Township, NJ

Mayor Eugene Kulick
Little Falls, NJ

Mayor Frank W. Minor
Logan Township, NJ

Mayor Walt Craig
Lower Township, NJ

Mayor Michael Fressola
Manchester Township, NJ

Mayor Donald Cresitello
Morristown, NJ

Mayor James Manning Jr.
Neptune Township, NJ

 

Mayor Cory Booker
Newark, NJ

Mayor Peter C. Massa
North Arlington, NJ

Mayor Randy George
North Haledon, NJ

Mayor Harry Moore - withdrew, read his resignation letter
Oldmans Township, NJ

Mayor Michael Luther
Parsipanny-Troy Hills, NJ

Mayor Samuel Rivera
Passaic, NJ

 

Mayor Jose Torres
Paterson, NJ

Mayor Harry L. Wyant
Phillipsburg, NJ

Mayor Mohamed Khairullah
Prospect Park, NJ

Mayor Earl Gage
Salem, NJ

 

Mayor Douglas Palmer
Trenton, NJ

Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh
West Windsor, NJ

Mayor John E. McCormac
Woodbridge, NJ

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New Mexico:
 

Mayor Kevin Jackson - withdrew
Rio Rancho, NM

Mayor David Coss
Santa Fe, NM

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New York:
 
Mayor Gerald Jennings
Albany, NY
 
Mayor Byron Brown
Buffalo, NY
 
Mayor Ernest Davis
Mount Vernon, NY
 

Mayor Noam Bramson
New Rochelle, NY

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg (Co-Chair)
New York, NY

 
Mayor Robert Duffy
Rochester, NY
 
Mayor Matthew Driscoll
Syracuse, NY
 
Mayor Philip Amicone
Yonkers, NY
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North Carolina:
 

Mayor Terry Bellamy
Asheville, NC

Mayor Kevin Foy
Chapel Hill, NC

 
Mayor Bill Bell
Durham, NC
 
Mayor Keith Holliday
Greensboro, NC
 
Mayor Charles Meeker
Raleigh, NC
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North Dakota:
 
Mayor Dennis Walaker
Fargo, ND
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Ohio:
 

Mayor Dan Pillow
Addyston, OH

Mayor Donald Plusquellic
Akron, OH

Mayor Joseph Harper
Arlington Heights, OH

Mayor Mark Mallory
Cincinnati, OH

 

Mayor Frank Jackson
Cleveland, OH

Mayor Danny Stacy
Cleves, OH

 
Mayor Michael Coleman
Columbus, OH
 

Mayor Rhine McLin
Dayton, OH

Mayor Theodore Shannon
Fairfax, OH

Mayor Jim Lawler
Forest Park, OH

Mayor Thomas J. Longo
Garfield Heights, OH

Mayor Joseph C. Hubbard
Glendale, OH

Mayor Alan Zaffiro
Golf Manor, OH

Mayor Daniel Gieringer
Harrison, OH

Mayor Deborah Seay
Lincoln Heights, OH

Mayor Jim Brown
Lockland, OH

Mayor Lydia J. Reid
Mansfield, OH

Mayor Michael O. Ciaravino
Maple Heights, OH

Mayor Thomas E. O'Grady
North Olmsted, OH

Mayor Judith Rawson
Shaker Heights, OH

Mayor John Smith
Silverton, OH

Mayor Jay Williams
Youngstown, OH

Mayor Barry Porter
Wyoming, OH

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Oklahoma:
 
Mayor Kathy Taylor
Tulsa, OK
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Oregon:
 
Mayor Robert Drake
Beaverton, OR
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Pennsylvania:
 
Mayor Ed Pawlowski
Allentown, PA
 

Mayor John Callahan
Bethlehem, PA

Mayor Helen Thomas
Darby, PA

 
Mayor Joseph Sinnott
Erie, PA
 
Mayor Rick Gray
Lancaster, PA
 
Mayor John Street
Philadelphia, PA
 
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl
Pittsburgh, PA
 

Mayor Tom McMahon
Reading, PA

Mayor F. Raymond Shay
Upper Darby, PA

 
Mayor Mary B. Wolf - withdrew (Read her letter to Bloomberg - PDF format)
Williamsport, PA
 
Mayor John S. Brenner
York, PA
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Rhode Island:
 
Mayor David Cicilline
Providence, RI
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South Carolina:
 
Mayor Joseph Riley
Charleston, SC
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South Dakota:
 
Mayor Dave Munson
Sioux Falls, SD
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Tennessee:
 
Mayor Bill Haslam
Knoxville, TN
 
Mayor A C Wharton
Shelby County, TN
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Texas:
 

Mayor Will Wynn
Austin, TX

Mayor Laura Miller
Dallas, TX

 

Mayor Bill White
Houston, TX

Mayor Richard Ward
Hurst, TX

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Utah:
 
Mayor Rocky Anderson
Salt Lake City, UT
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Vermont:
 
Mayor Bob Kiss
Burlington, VT
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Virginia:
 
Mayor William Euille
Alexandria, VA
 
Mayor Paul D. Fraim
Norfolk, VA
 

Mayor Annie M. Mickens
Petersburg, VA

Mayor James W. Holley III
Portsmouth, VA

Mayor L. Douglas Wilder
Richmond, VA

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Washington:
 
Mayor Peter B. Lewis
Auburn, WA
 

Mayor Greg Nickels
Seattle, WA

Mayor Bill Baarsma
Tacoma, WA

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West Virginia:

Mayor Richard A. Robb
South Charleston, WV

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Wisconsin:

 
Mayor James Schmitt
Green Bay, WI
 
Mayor John M. Antaramian
Kenosha, WI
 
Mayor Dave Cieslewicz
Madison, WI
 
 
Mayor Tom Barrett
Milwaukee, WI
 
Mayor Gary Becker
Racine, WI
 

Mayor Larry Nelson
Waukesha, WI

Mayor Theresa M. Estness
Wauwatosa, WI

 

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