Mayor Myrick

Ithaca, N.Y. — Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick says he’s gathering feedback from city residents on whether or not to run for re-election.

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“… I won’t continue just because I am having fun and feeling productive. If Ithaca feels like it’s time for a change then I won’t run again,” Myrick said.

“So I have not officially announced – I am gauging support for a re-election campaign.”

With that in mind, take our informal poll below:

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Sadly, the Ithaca Voice doesn’t have the time or means to conduct a statistically significant study of Myrick’s approval rating.

An important disclaimer, therefore, is that this poll may show more about the demographic makeup of our readers than the support for Myrick within the city.

(Just a quick editor’s note: I was testing the polling system and accidentally voted. Please ignore it, as I was merely trying to test the poll.  — Jeff Stein.)

To learn more about Myrick’s first-term record, read Ithaca Voice stories here, here or here

Mayor Myrick in an Ithaca Voice interview this fall.
Mayor Myrick in an Ithaca Voice interview this fall.

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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.