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    List of current mayors of the top 100 cities in the United States

    Mayors of America's 100 Largest Cities
    Rank City Mayor Took office Term ends Government type
    1 New York, New York Bill de Blasio (D) 2014 2022 Strong mayor
    2 Los Angeles, California Eric Garcetti (D) 2013 2022 Strong mayor
    3 Chicago, Illinois Lori Lightfoot (D) 2019 2023 Strong mayor
    4 Houston, Texas Sylvester Turner (D) 2016 2020 Strong mayor
    5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania James Kenney (D) 2016 2020 Strong mayor
    6 Phoenix, Arizona Kate Gallego (D) 2019 2023 Council-manager
    7 San Antonio, Texas Ron Nirenberg (I) 2017 2019 Council-manager
    8 San Diego, California Kevin Faulconer (R) 2014 2020 Strong mayor
    9 Dallas, Texas Eric Johnson (D) 2019 2023 Council-manager
    10 San Jose, California Sam Liccardo (D) 2007 2019 Council-manager
    11 Austin, Texas Stephen Adler (D) 2015 2019 Council-manager
    12 Indianapolis, Indiana Joseph Hogsett (D) 2016 2020 Strong mayor
    13 Jacksonville, Florida Lenny Curry (R) 2015 2019 Strong mayor
    14 San Francisco, California London Breed (D) 2018 2020 Strong mayor
    15 Columbus, Ohio Andrew J. Ginther (D) 2015 2019 Strong mayor
    16 Charlotte, North Carolina Vi Lyles (D) 2017 2019 Council-manager
    17 Fort Worth, Texas Betsy Price (R) 2011 2019 Council-manager
    18 Detroit, Michigan Mike Duggan (D) 2014 2022 Strong mayor
    19 El Paso, Texas Dee Margo (R) 2017 2021 Council-manager
    20 Memphis, Tennessee Jim Strickland (D) 2016 2020 Strong mayor
    21 Seattle, Washington Jenny Durkan (D) 2017 2021 Strong mayor
    22 Denver, Colorado Michael B. Hancock (D) 2011 2019 Strong mayor
    23 Boston, Massachusetts Martin Walsh (D) 2014 2022 Strong mayor
    24 Nashville, Tennessee David Briley (D) 2015 2019 Strong mayor
    25 Baltimore, Maryland Bernard C. "Jack" Young (D) 2019 2020 Strong mayor
    26 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma David Holt (R) 2018 2022 Council-manager
    27 Louisville, Kentucky Greg Fischer (D) 2010 2022 Strong mayor
    28 Portland, Oregon Ted Wheeler (D) 2017 2021 City commission
    29 Las Vegas, Nevada Carolyn Goodman (Nonpartisan) 2011 2019 Council-manager
    30 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tom Barrett (D) 2004 2020 Strong mayor
    31 Albuquerque, New Mexico Tim Keller (D) 2017 2021 Strong mayor
    32 Tucson, Arizona Jonathan Rothschild (D) 2011 2019 Council-manager
    33 Fresno, California Lee Brand (R) 2017 2021 Hybrid
    34 Sacramento, California Darrell Steinberg (D) 2016 2020 Council-manager
    35 Long Beach, California Robert Garcia (D) 2014 2022 Council-manager
    36 Kansas City, Missouri Sly James (D) 2011 2019 Council-manager
    37 Mesa, Arizona John Giles (R) 2014 2020 Council-manager
    38 Virginia Beach, Virginia Bob Dyer (R) 2018 2020 Council-manager
    39 Atlanta, Georgia Keisha Bottoms (D) 2018 2021 Strong mayor
    40 Colorado Springs, Colorado John W. Suthers (R) 2015 2019 Strong mayor
    41 Omaha, Nebraska Jean Stothert (R) 2013 2021 Strong mayor
    42 Raleigh, North Carolina Nancy McFarlane (I) 2011 2019 Council-manager
    43 Miami, Florida Francis Suarez (R) 2017 2021 Hybrid
    44 Oakland, California Elizabeth "Libby" Schaaf (D) 2015 2019 Hybrid
    45 Minneapolis, Minnesota Jacob Frey (D) 2018 2021 Strong mayor*
    46 Tulsa, Oklahoma G. T. Bynum (R) 2016 2020 Strong mayor
    47 Cleveland, Ohio Frank Jackson (D) 2006 2021 Strong mayor
    48 Wichita, Kansas Jeff Longwell (R) 2015 2019 Council-manager
    49 Arlington, Texas Jeff Williams (R) 2015 2021 Council-manager
    50 New Orleans, Louisiana LaToya Cantrell (D) 2018 2022 Strong mayor
    51 Bakersfield, California Karen Goh (R) 2017 2020 Council-manager
    52 Tampa, Florida Jane Castor (D) 2019 2023 Strong mayor
    53 Honolulu, Hawaii Kirk Caldwell (D) 2013 2021 Strong mayor
    54 Aurora, Colorado Bob LeGare (R) 2018 2019 Council-manager
    55 Anaheim, California Harry Sidhu (R) 2018 2022 Council-manager
    56 Santa Ana, California Miguel Pulido (D) 1994 2020 Council-manager
    57 St. Louis, Missouri Lyda Krewson (D) 2017 2021 Strong mayor
    58 Riverside, California Rusty Bailey (I) 2012 2020 Council-manager
    59 Corpus Christi, Texas Joe McComb (R) 2017 2020 Council-manager
    60 Lexington, Kentucky Linda Gorton (R) 2019 2022 Strong mayor
    61 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Bill Peduto (D) 2014 2022 Strong mayor
    62 Anchorage, Alaska Ethan Berkowitz (D) 2015 2021 Hybrid
    63 Stockton, California Michael Tubbs (D) 2017 2020 Council-manager
    64 Cincinnati, Ohio John Cranley (D) 2013 2021 Hybrid
    65 St. Paul, Minnesota Melvin Carter III (D) 2018 2022 Strong mayor
    66 Toledo, Ohio Wade Kapszukiewicz (D) 2018 2022 Strong mayor
    67 Greensboro, North Carolina Nancy B. Vaughan (D) 2013 2021 Council-manager
    68 Newark, New Jersey Ras J. Baraka (D) 2014 2022 Strong mayor
    69 Plano, Texas Harry LaRosiliere (R) 2013 2021 Council-manager
    70 Henderson, Nevada Debra March (D) 2017 2021 Council-manager
    71 Lincoln, Nebraska Leirion Gaylor Baird (D) 2019 2023 Strong mayor
    72 Buffalo, New York Byron Brown (D) 2005 2021 Strong mayor
    73 Jersey City, New Jersey Steven Fulop (D) 2013 2021 Strong mayor
    74 Chula Vista, California Mary Salas (D) 2014 2022 Council-manager
    75 Fort Wayne, Indiana Tom Henry (D) 2008 2020 Strong mayor
    76 Orlando, Florida Buddy Dyer (D) 2003 2020 Strong mayor
    77 St. Petersburg, Florida Rick Kriseman (D) 2014 2022 Strong mayor
    78 Chandler, Arizona Kevin Hartke (Nonpartisan) 2019 2023 Council-manager
    79 Laredo, Texas Pete Saenz (I) 2014 2022 Council-manager
    80 Norfolk, Virginia Kenneth Alexander (D) 2016 2020 Council-manager
    81 Durham, North Carolina Steve Schewel (D) 2017 2019 Council-manager
    82 Madison, Wisconsin Satya Rhodes-Conway (D) 2019 2023 Strong mayor
    83 Lubbock, Texas Dan Pope (R) 2016 2020 Council-manager
    84 Irvine, California Christina Shea (R) 2019 2020 Council-manager
    85 Winston-Salem, North Carolina Allen Joines (D) 2001 2020 Council-manager
    86 Glendale, Arizona Jerry Weiers (R) 2013 2021 Council-manager
    87 Garland, Texas Scott LeMay (R) 2019 2021 Council-manager
    88 Hialeah, Florida Carlos Hernandez (R) 2011 2021 Strong mayor
    89 Reno, Nevada Hillary Schieve (Nonpartisan) 2014 2022 Council-manager
    90 Chesapeake, Virginia Richard West (R) 2008 2020 Council-manager
    91 Gilbert, Arizona Jenn Daniels (R) 2016 2020 Council-manager
    92 Baton Rouge, Louisiana Sharon Weston Broome (D) 2017 2021 Strong mayor
    93 Irving, Texas Rick Stopfer (R) 2017 2020 Council-manager
    94 Scottsdale, Arizona Jim Lane (R) 2009 2021 Council-manager
    95 North Las Vegas, Nevada John J. Lee (D) 2013 2021 Council-manager
    96 Fremont, California Lily Mei (Nonpartisan) 2016 2020 Council-manager
    97 Boise, Idaho David Bieter (D) 2004 2019 Strong mayor
    98 San Bernardino, California John Valdivia (R) 2018 2022 Hybrid
    99 Birmingham, Alabama Randall L. Woodfin (D) 2017 2021 Strong mayor
    100 Richmond, Virginia Levar Stoney (D) 2016 2020 Strong mayor
    *In Minneapolis, the city council serves as the city's primary legislative body while the mayor serves as the city's chief executive, qualifying it as a strong mayor system. However, the mayor has fewer powers with more limitations than most strong mayor and city council systems.[1]

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    Marco Rubio

    The left is popularizing socialism and brainwashing young Americans: almost 50% would rather live in a socialist country. Socialism has not and will never work -- it brings poverty, chaos, and corruption. The fight for freedom against socialism is URGENT.



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    Poll: Almost Half of Young Americans Want to Live in a Socialist Country
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    Typical week in Baltimore, Democrat-controlled city where criminals are considered "victims" of systemic white racism.

    • Baltimore Police Department Civilian Employee Robbed Just Days After Deputy Commissioner


    • Baltimore Police Say Deputy Commissioner Was Robbed At Gun Point in SE Baltimore


    • Mother Pistol-Whipped While Holding 5-Week-Old Son During Robbery In Baltimore
    • 59-Year-Old Woman Carjacked In Guilford, Her Dog Was In The Car
    • Baltimore Woman’s Dog ‘Happy’ Stolen During Carjacking Found




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    Brazen Attacks Caught On Camera Around Baltimore, Another Family Carjacked | EXCLUSIVE
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    "California Is Being Overrun By Rodents" – And We're Not Talking About The Politicians



    California is being hit by a “plague of rats”...things are already so bad that many are calling for Governor Newsom “to declare a public health emergency”

    ​Fri, 07/26/2019 - 19:25
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    Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,

    California is being hit by a “plague of rats”, and some commentators are suggesting that this is exactly what they deserve. In fact, some have even gone so far as to suggest that the name of Los Angeles should be formally changed to “Los Ratas” because the rat problem is so severe there. From Crescent City in the north all the way down to Chula Vista in the south, the rats are seemingly everywhere. There are millions of them, and the more poison that people put out the more they seem to multiply. The state of California has never seen anything like this before, and it is getting worse with each passing month.



    At this point, things are already so bad that many are calling for Governor Newsom “to declare a public health emergency”

    Pest control and public health experts are calling on California Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a public health emergency over what they say is a sharp rise in the state’s rodent population.
    “California is being overrun by rodents – and without immediate emergency action by state and local government, we face significant economic costs and risk a public health crisis,” said Carl DeMaio, chairman of Reform California, at a news conference Tuesday at City Hall in downtown Los Angeles.
    It would be difficult to overstate the severity of this crisis. According to a recent survey of California pest control companies, rat service requests are up “as much as 60% in the last 12 months”.
    If you have ever lived some place where you can literally hear rodents crawling in the walls and in the ceiling, then you know how deeply unsettling it can be.
    And in some instances, rodents are literally starting to fall out of the ceilings in California. Just consider this example

    Maggots and mice have fallen onto inmates’ dining tables at a California state prison where holes in the roof also allow rain and bird droppings to seep through and streak the walls, according to an inmate lawsuit that charges the state isn’t moving fast enough to repair deteriorating prisons.
    California has committed $260 million over four years to repair leaking roofs and clear dangerous mold at more than two dozen deteriorating prisons where the cost of overdue maintenance is pegged at more than $1 billion.
    A similar incident occurred at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Los Angeles last month while a customer was trying to order her dinner
    Customers at a Los Angeles, Calif., Buffalo Wild Wings were in for a stomach-churning incident when a rat reportedly fell from the ceiling and landed on a table.
    Alisha Norman, who was visiting Los Angeles from Texas, was getting ready to order at the chain restaurant when she heard something crawling above her, she told FOX35. Soon after, a rat fell and landed on a menu on the table.
    This isn’t some third world country that we are talking about. The state of California is the wealthiest state in the entire country, and they are being absolutely overrun by rats.
    Of course it certainly doesn’t help that many California cities have a major trash collection problem. The following was published by NBC Los Angeles earlier this year
    Rat-infested piles of rotting garbage left uncollected by the city of Los Angeles, even after promises to clean it up, are fueling concerns about a new epidemic after last year’s record number of flea-borne typhus cases.
    Even the city’s most notorious trash pile, located between downtown LA’s busy Fashion and Produce districts, continues to be a magnet for rats after it was cleaned up months ago. The rodents can carry typhus-infected fleas, which can spread the disease to humans through bacteria rubbed into the eyes or cuts and scrapes on the skin, resulting in severe flu-like symptoms.
    As a result of all the trash and filth, even Los Angeles City Hall has become overrun by rats
    Officials at Los Angeles’ City Hall are considering ripping all of the building’s carpets up, as rats and fleas are said to be running riot in its halls.
    A motion was filed by Council President Herb Wesson on Wednesday to enact the much needed makeover amid a typhus outbreak in the downtown area.
    Wesson said a city employee had contracted the deadly bacterial disease at work, and now he’s urging officials to investigate the ‘scope’ of the long-running pest problem at the council building.
    When there is a huge problem like this that gets national attention, it is inevitable that California legislators will throw a lot more money at the problem, but that hasn’t worked so well in other cases.
    For instance, two years ago New York Mayor Bill de Blasio launched a 32 million dollar program to fight the rat problem in his city, but that didn’t help. In fact, the number of rat complaints actually increased by 38 percent last year…
    New York, like other metropolitan cities including Philadelphia and Chicago, faces a major rat problem.
    According to the New York Times, rat complaints have risen from 12,617 in 2014 to 17,353 last year. That’s a 38% jump citywide — and comes even after Mayor Bill de Blasio allocated $32 million in 2017 to reduce the number of the rodents.
    And things are particularly bad on the Upper West Side. They may have mountains of money over there, but they just can’t seem to keep the rats away
    OpenTheBooks.com analyzed the number of calls for rats to 311 and found that, according to the Post, “the rats are running wild in this fancy area.”
    A local publication called West Side Rag agreed that the Upper West Side has an extreme rat problem. “We’re like the Tom Brady of rats. All we do is win,” an article reads.
    Despite all of our advanced technology, we cannot even handle the rats.
    Somehow it seems fitting that the rat epidemic is most severe in the areas that are on the cutting edge of America’s social decline. In life, you can try to run from the consequences of your actions, but they will catch up with you eventually.
    As I have discussed previously, under ideal conditions rats can multiply very, very rapidly. In fact, it has been estimated that two healthy rats could potentially become 482 million rats in just three years.
    Perhaps Californians should just give up and let the rats take over. After all, they couldn’t possibly do any worse than the politicians in the state are currently doing.

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    These Are the Cities With the Worst Rat Problems in the Country


    By JOE MCGAULEY
    Published On 10/15/2018

    25.
    Columbus, OH
    24. Portland, OR
    23. Houston, TX
    22. Charlotte, NC
    21. Milwaukee, WI
    20. Cincinnati, OH
    19. Pittsburgh, PA
    18. Hartford, CT
    17. Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, Fl
    16. Indianapolis, IN
    15. Atlanta, GA
    14. Seattle, WA
    13. Boston, MA
    12. Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
    11. Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
    10. Denver, CO
    9. Baltimore, MD
    8. Cleveland, OH
    7. Philadelphia, PA
    6. Detroit, MI
    5. San Francisco, CA
    4. Washington, DC
    3. New York, NY
    2. Los Angeles, CA
    1.
    Chicago, IL

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    Why is so much money sent to the Elijah Cummings district when it is considered the worst run and most dangerous anywhere in the United States. No human being would want to live there. Where is all this money going? How much is stolen? Investigate this corrupt mess immediately!



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    President Trump is being accused of being a racist because he called out the deplorable living conditions in Baltimore, a city controlled by Democrats. He said it was a dangerous, disgusting, rat-infested mess. And I have the evidence to back up the president's tweets.



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