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The Mayor of New York City is the chief executive of the New York City Government, as stipulated by the Charter of the City of New York.
This list through 1897 includes the mayors of (roughly) what is now considered Manhattan and The Bronx only. The five boroughs were consolidated in 1898. See History of New York City.
The 108th and current Mayor of New York City is Michael Bloomberg, a Republican.
It is interesting to note that although New York City voters are overwhelmingly registered Democrats, the city has elected a Republican in the last 4 mayoral elections.
 17th century
- Prior to the establishment of the office of Mayor of the City of New York, New Amsterdam had been governed by Burgomasters.
- Prior to 1680, Mayors served one year terms. As of 1680, they served two year terms. Exceptions are noted thus (*).
 18th century
- Mayors served two year terms.
 19th century
 20th century
 21st century
 See also
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List of mayors of New York City