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List of mayors of Columbus, Ohio

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Mayor of Columbus
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Incumbent
Andrew Ginther

since January 1, 2016
StyleThe Honorable
Term lengthFour-year term
Inaugural holderJarvis W. Pike
FormationFebruary 14, 1812[1]
DeputyPresident of Columbus City Council
Salary$177,000 (2016)[2]
Websitemayor.columbus.gov

This is a list of mayors of Columbus, Ohio. There have been 48 individuals that have served as mayor of Columbus, serving 53 distinct mayoralties or consecutive terms in office. The first mayor of Columbus was Jarvis W. Pike.[3] He was appointed by the Burough Council of Columbus in 1816.[3] The first mayor of Columbus to be elected by popular vote was John Brooks in 1834.[4] Five mayors have served non-consecutive terms. Philo H. Olmsted is counted as both the 8th and 12th mayor,[5] Alexander Patton as both the 17th and 19th mayor,[6] James G. Bull as both the 22nd and 24th mayor,[7] George J. Karb as both the 30th and 39th mayor,[8] and Jack Sensenbrenner as both the 46th and 48th mayor.[9] Of the individuals appointed or elected as mayor, five have resigned from office - James Robinson, John Brooks, Warren Jenkins, John G. Miller, and Jim Rhodes. No mayor has died or become permanently disabled while in office. The shortest-serving former mayor is James Robinson, who served only eight months before resigning from office on September 11, 1827. The longest-serving mayor is Michael B. Coleman, who served 16 years and is the only African American to serve as mayor. Andrew Ginther is the current mayor. He took office on January 1, 2016.[10]

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Contents

Mayors of Columbus

Jim Rhodes, 44th mayor of Columbus, and only former mayor to serve as Governor of Ohio
Jim Rhodes, 44th mayor of Columbus, and only former mayor to serve as Governor of Ohio
Michael B. Coleman, 52nd mayor of Columbus, and the first African American to serve as mayor of Ohio's capital
Michael B. Coleman, 52nd mayor of Columbus, and the first African American to serve as mayor of Ohio's capital
Political parties

  Party affiliation not known   Democratic   Whig   Republican


[n 1]
Mayor Took office Left office Party Term Previous office
1 Jarvis W. Pike
(1795–1854)
[11][12][13]
1816 1817 1
(1816)
Member of Columbus Burough Council
(1816–1827)
2
(1817)
2 John Kerr
(1778–1823)
[14][15][16][17][18][19]
1818 1820 3
(1818)
Member of Columbus Burough Council
(1816–1823)
4
(1819)
3 Eli C. King

[20][13]
1820 1822 5
(1820)
Justice of the Peace for
Montgomery Township
(1816–1820)
6
(1821)
7
(1822)
4 John Laughrey
(1784– )
[21][13]
1823 1823 8
(1823)

5 William T. Martin
(1788–1866)
[22][23][24]
1824 1826 9
(1824)
Recorder of Columbus
(1823, 1834-1838)
10
(1825)
11
(1826)
6 James Robinson

[25][26][13]
1827 September 11, 1827
[n 2]
12
(1827)
Member of Columbus Burough Council
(1823–1827)
7 William Long
(1781–1851)
[27][28]
1827 1833 Recorder of Columbus
(1824–1827)
13
(1828)
14
(1829)
15
(1830)
16
(1831)
17
(1832)
8 Philo H. Olmsted
(1793–1870)
[29][5][30][31]
1833 1833 18
(1833)
Ohio Representative from Franklin County
(1831–1832, 1833-1834)
9 John Brooks
(1785–1869)
[4][32][33]
April 21, 1834 April 21, 1835
[n 2]
19
(1834)

10 John Bailhache
(1787–1857)
[34][32][13]
1835 1835 Whig Ross County Common Pleas Court Judge
(1825)
11 Warren Jenkins

[35][30][13][36]
1836 September 4, 1837
[n 2]
Whig 20
(1836)
Justice of the Peace for Montgomery Township
(1835-1837)
12 Philo H. Olmsted
(1793–1870)
[29][5][30][31]
1838 1839 Whig 21
(1838)
Ohio Representative from Franklin County
(1831–1832, 1833-1834)
13 John G. Miller
(1795–1871)
[37][38][39]
1840 May 4, 1841
[n 2]
Whig 22
(1840)

14 Thomas Wood
(1782–1861)
[40][41][13]
May 1841 1841 Justice of the Peace for Montgomery Township
(1828-1843)
15 Abram I. McDowell
(1793–1844)
[42][13]
1842 1842
[n 3]
23
(1842)
Clerk for the Court of Common Pleas
(1815-1836)
16 Smithson E. Wright
(1807–1881)
[43]
1843 1844 Whig 24
(1843)

17 Alexander Patton
(1791–1858)
[44][45][13]
1845 1845 25
(1845)
Justice of the Peace for Montgomery Township
(1843-1849)
18 Augustus S. Decker
(1813–1872)
[44][13]
1846 1846 Whig
19 Alexander Patton
(1791–1858)
[6][45][13]
1847 1849 26
(1847)
Justice of the Peace for Montgomery Township
(1843-1849)
27
(1849)
20 Lorenzo English
(1819–1888)
[46][47][48]
1850 1861 Whig 28
(1851)
No previous experience in public office
29
(1853)
30
(1855)
31
(1857)
32
(1859)
21 Wray Thomas
(1810–)
[49][50][51]
1861 1864 Democratic 33
(1861)
Ohio Representative from Delaware and Franklin County
(1831–1832, 1833-1834)
34
(1863)
22 James G. Bull
(1838–1927)
[7][52][53]
1865 1868 Democratic 35
(1865)
No previous experience in public office
36
(1867)
23 George W. Meeker
(1833–1890)
[54][55][56]
1869 1870 Democratic 37
(1869)
Justice of the Peace for Montgomery Township
(1863–1869)
24 James G. Bull
(1838–1927)
[7][52][53]
1871 1874 Democratic 38
(1871)
Mayor of Columbus
(1865-1868)
39
(1873)
25 John H. Heitmann
(1841–1894)
[57][58][59]
1875 1878 Democratic 40
(1875)
Ohio Representative from Franklin County
(1874-1876)
41
(1877)
26 Gilbert G. Collins
(1830–1885)
[60][61][62]
1879 1880 Republican 42
(1879)
City Attorney of Columbus
(1873–1875)
27 George S. Peters
(1846–1928)
[63][64]
1881 1882 Democratic 43
(1881)
No previous experience in public office
28 Charles C. Walcutt
(1838–1898)
[65][66][67][68][69]
1883 1886 Republican 44
(1883)
Member of Columbus Board of Education
(1873-1894)
45
(1885)
29 Philip H. Bruck
(1845–1920)
[70][71]
1887 1890 Democratic 46
(1887)
No previous experience in public office
47
(1889)
30 George J. Karb
(1858–1937)
[8][72][73][74]
1891 1894 Democratic 48
(1891)
Columbus Police Commissioner
(1889–1890)
49
(1893)
31 Cotton H. Allen
(1834–1900)
[75][76][77]
1895 1896 Democratic 50
(1895)
No previous experience in public office
32 Samuel L. Black
(1859–1929)
[78][79][80]
1897 April 15, 1899 Democratic 51
(1897)
No previous experience in public office
33 Samuel J. Swartz
(1859–1905)
[81][82][83][84][85]
1899 1900 Republican 52
(1899)
Police Court Judge of Columbus
(1897–1898)
34 John N. Hinkle
(1854–1905)
[86][87]
1901 May 4, 1903 Democratic 53
(1901)
No previous experience in public office
35 Robert H. Jeffrey
(1873–1961)
[88][89]
May 4, 1903 January 1, 1906
[n 4][n 5]
Republican 54
(1903)
No previous experience in public office
36 De Witt C. Badger
(1858–1926)
[90][91][92]
January 1, 1906 1907 Democratic 55
(1905)
U.S. Representative from Ohio
(1903–1905)
37 Charles A. Bond
(1873–1943)
[93][94]
1908 1909 Republican 56
(1907)
No previous experience in public office
38 George S. Marshall
(1869–1956)
[95][96][97]
1910 January 1, 1912
[n 6]
Republican 57
(1909)
Asst City Attorney of Columbus
(1899–1909)
39 George J. Karb
(1858–1937)
[8][72][73][74]
January 1, 1912 January 1, 1920 Democratic 58
(1911)
Franklin County Sheriff
(1903–1909)
59
(1913)
60
(1915)
40 James J. Thomas
(1868–1947)
[98][99][100]
January 1, 1920 January 1, 1932 Republican 61
(1919)
Member of Columbus City Council
(1898-1901)
62
(1923)
63
(1927)
41 Henry W. Worley
(1877–1938)
[101][102]
January 1, 1932 1935 Democratic 64
(1931)
Member of Columbus City Council
(1922–1932)
42 Myron B. Gessaman
(1894–1975)
[103][104]
1936 1939 Republican 65
(1935)
Member of the Ohio House of Representatives
(1934–1935)
43 Floyd F. Green
(1900–1952)
[105][106]
1940 1943 Republican 66
(1939)
Member of Columbus City Council
(1927–1931)
44 Jim Rhodes
(1909–2001)
[107][108][109][110]
1944 1952
[n 2]
Republican 67
(1943)
City Auditor of Columbus
(1939–1943)
68
(1947)
69
(1951)
45 Robert T. Oestreicher
(1894–1955)
[111][112]
1953 1953 Republican President of Columbus City Council
46 Jack Sensenbrenner
(1902–1991)
[9][113][114]
January 1, 1954 January 1, 1960 Democratic No previous experience in public office
70
(1955)
47 Ralston Westlake
(1907–1978)
[115][116]
January 1, 1960 January 1, 1964 Republican 71
(1959)
Member of Columbus City Council
(1956-1959)
48 Jack Sensenbrenner
(1902–1991)
[9][117][114]
January 1, 1964 January 1, 1972 Democratic 72
(1963)
Mayor of Columbus
(1954-1960)
73
(1967)
49 Tom Moody
(1929–2008)
[118][119][120]
January 1, 1972 January 1, 1984 Republican 74
(1971)
Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge
(1968–1971)
75
(1975)
76
(1979)
50 Buck Rinehart
(1946–2015)
[121][122][123]
January 1, 1984 January 1, 1992
[n 4]
Republican 77
(1983)
Franklin County Treasurer of Ohio
(1976-1984)
78
(1987)
51 Greg Lashutka
(born 1944)
[124][125][121][126][127]
January 1, 1992 January 1, 2000
[n 4]
Republican 79
(1991)
City Attorney of Columbus
(1978-1985)
80
(1995)
52 Michael B. Coleman
(born 1954)
[128][129]
January 1, 2000 January 1, 2016 Democratic 81
(1999)
President of Columbus City Council
(1997–1999)
82
(2003)
83
(2007)
84
(2011)
53 Andrew Ginther
(born 1975)
[130][10]
January 1, 2016 Incumbent Democratic 85
(2015)
President of Columbus City Council
(2011-2015)

Living former mayors

As of October 2019, there are two living former mayors. The oldest former mayor is Greg Lashutka (1992–2000) born 1944. The most recent death of a former mayor was that of Buck Rinehart (1984-1991) on February 18, 2015, aged 68.[131]

Name Mayoral term Date of birth
Greg Lashutka 1992–2000 (1944-03-28) March 28, 1944 (age 75)
Michael B. Coleman 2000–2015 (1954-11-18) November 18, 1954 (age 64)

See also

Notes

  1. ^ For the purposes of numbering, a mayoralty is defined as an uninterrupted period of time in office served by one person. As examples, Jarvis W. Pike served two consecutive terms and is counted as the first mayor – not the first and second mayor. Upon the resignation of the 6th mayor James Robinson, William Long was appointed the 7th mayor to complete the remainder of Robinson's second term and was never directly elected as mayor. Alexander Patton was both the 17th mayor and the 19th mayor because his two terms were not consecutive.
  2. ^ a b c d e Resigned from office.
  3. ^ Abram Irvin McDowell was elected in 1842, but only served the first year of his two-year term. Smithson E. Wright was elected in 1843 for a two-year term.
  4. ^ a b c Retired from office.
  5. ^ The Ohio General Assembly changed Ohio election times during his tenure in office. Consequently, his term in office was extended by an additional eight months.
  6. ^ Lost re-election.

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