The purpose of this project is to be able to have a list of all of the Jewish Mayors outside of Israel. This project will be listed by continent, then by country and finally town or city.
- Fritz Sonnenberg, Mayor from 1951 to 1953
- Maurice Freeman, Mayor
- Julius Koenig Mayor
- Daniel Barnet Lazarus - At 26 he was the youngest mayor in Victoria when elected in 1893 and the first locally born mayor of Bendigo.
- The Hon. Edward Aaron Cohen, MLA, Mayor of Melbourne 1862-63
- Sir Benjamin Benjamin, Mayor of Melbourne 1887-1889
- Nathan Cohen, Mayor of Tamworth in 1882 and 1883
- Charles Melville Louisson, first became a Christchurch City Councillor for six years (1881-1887) before being elected mayor in 1887-1889 and 1897-1899.
- Gerald Goldberg, 1st Jewish Lord Mayor of Cork in 1977.
- Ben Briscoe, Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin for one term, 1988-1989
- Bob Briscoe, First Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin, serving two terms - 1956-1957 and 1961-1962
- Jacques Wallage, serving from October 1, 1998 until June 25, 2009
- Sir Otto Jaffe, was Lord Mayor of Belfast in both 1899 and 1904.
- Charles Mozley (1863-1864)
- Louis Samuel Cohen (1899-1900)
- Cyril Eric Carr, C.B.E. (1981) Died in office on 1 November 1981
- Edwin M. Clein (2000-2001)
- Ron Gould (2003-2004)
- Alan Dean (2005-2006)
- Sir Benjamin Samuel Phillips, first Jewish Alderman and was Lord Mayor of London, serving in 1865. Also served as Sheriff of the City of London before becoming Lord Mayor.
- Sir David Salomons, first Jewish Lord Mayor of London, serving in 1855. Also was the first Jewish Sheriff of the City of London
- Mel Lastman, first Jewish mayor of the current City of Toronto, and the only Jewish mayor of the former City of North York
- David Oppenheimer, first Jewish Mayor and the second Mayor of Vancouver. Before becoming Mayor, he was one of the founding Alderman. Held office from 1888 to 1891.
- Leopold David (1920-1923), first mayor of the city
- Zachariah Joshua "Zack" Loussac (1882–1965), mayor from 1948 to 1951.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Robert J. Harris, mayor (1969-1973)
- Elizabeth Brater, (1991-1993) first female mayor
- Joshua J. Cohen, 2009-2013
Asbury Park, New Jersey
- Ray Kramer
- David Aronberg, mayor 1952-1955 and 1960-1964
- Sam Massell, Jr., 1969-1973
Atlantic City, New Jersey
- Harry Bacharach, 5-time Mayor (1912 for 6 months, 1916-1920, 1930-1935)
- Joseph Aaron Lazarow, 1976 to 1982.
- Jeffrey Friedman, elected 1975
Beverly Hills, California
- Jamshid "Jimmy" Delshad, 2007-2008 and 2010-2011
- Barry Brucker, 2008-2009 and 2011-2012
- Nancy Krasne, 2009-2010
- Lili Bosse, 2014-present
- Moses Alexander, 1897-1899 and 1901-1903.
- George Washington Ochs-Oakes 1895-1899
- Joseph Wasserman, 1899-1901
- Andy Berke, elected 2013
- Walton (Walt) Bachrach, mayor 1960-1967.
- Julius Fleischmann, heir to the yeast company and one of the city's youngest mayors
- Murray Seasongood was chosen by the city council to be Mayor from 1926 to 1930.
- Jerry Springer was chosen by the city council to be Mayor for one year, 1977-1978
- Ben Gordon, elected 7 times as mayor
Columbia, South Carolina
- Mordecai De Leon, 1833-1836
- Henry Lyons, 1850-1855
- Abraham Alexander, 1897-1899
- Oscar Alexander, 1931-1937
Corpus Christi, Texas
- Albert Lichtenstein, 1953-1954
- Adlene Harrison On February 11, 1976, Adlene Harrison became the acting mayor of Dallas after the presiding mayor's resignation. She was the first Jewish woman to become mayor of a major American city, as well as the first woman mayor of Dallas.
- Annette Strauss In office from 1987-1991.
- Laura Miller, 2002-2007
Deadwood, South Dakota
- Solomon Star
- David Kimpel, 1897-1898.
- Marx Schoenberg was appointed mayor in 1870 and murdered on election day, Nov 8, 1870.
- Solomon Weinschenck (1872 and 1874)
- Myer Lemann (1881)
- Walter Lemann (1912)
Durham, North Carolina
- Emanuel J. "Mutt" Evans, served as the mayor of Durham, North Carolina for six consecutive terms from 1951 to 1963. Mayor Evans was married to Sarah Nachamson, sister of Doris and Naomi.
El Paso, Texas
- Solomon Schutz, 1880-1881
- Adolph Krakauer, 1889 (had to resign after two months when it was discovered that he was not yet a citizen.)
- Steve Rothman
- Joseph Meibergen, 1897-1901
Farmington Hills, Michigan
- Vicki Barnett, 2003-2007
Fayetteville, North Carolina
- Monroe Evans (Mutt's brother - see Durham, NC) elected in 1965.
Fort Worth, Texas
- Bayard Friedman, 1963-1965
- Michael Seeligson, 1853
- Isaac Herbert Kempner, mayor (1917-1919), founder of Imperial Sugar
Gastonia, North Carolina
- Leon Schneider, mayor of Gastonia from 1954-1957. Mayor Schneider was married to Naomi Nachamson, sister of Sarah and Doris.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Julius Houseman, two terms as mayor, 1872-1873 and 1874–1875
Hoboken, New Jersey
- Dawn Zimmer, 2009-present, first female mayor.
Huntington, West Virginia
- Harold L. Frankel, Mayor of Huntington for four terms - in 1957 to 1958, 1958 to 1959, 1974 to 1975, and 1977 to 1978. An interesting note is that Mayor Frankel was married to Doris "Dodi" Nachamson of North Carolina. Two other Nachamson sisters were married to the Jewish mayors of the Southern towns of Durham and Gastonia, North Carolina.
- Stephen Goldsmith, mayor 1992-2000
Iowa City, Iowa
- Moses Bloom
Jersey City, New Jersey
- Charles K. Krieger, mayor for three months in 1971
Kansas City, Missouri
- Richard L. Berkley (born Richard L. Berkowitz), 1979 to 1991.
Kinderhook, New York
- Major Mordecai Myers, first Jewish Mayor in 1838.
Las Vegas, Nevada
- Oscar Goodman
- Carolyn Goldmark Goodman, Wife of Oscar, succeeded him as mayor
Little Rock, Arkansas
- Jonas Levy (1860-1864)
- Frederick Kramer (1873-1875 & 1881-1887)
Los Angeles, California
- Eric Garcetti, first Jewish mayor
- Jerry Edwin Abramson, longest serving Mayor of Louisville, the only three-term mayor of the old city of Louisville (1986-1999) and two terms as the first mayor of the consolidated city-county of Louisville Metro (2003-2011).
- Paul Soglin, currently serving
Mamaroneck, New York
- Suzi Oppenheimer, 1977–1985
- Henry Brash, first Jewish mayor of a Florida city, 1879
Maui County, Hawaii
- Linda Lingle, the youngest person elected to the office of Maui County Mayor, at the age of 37, as well as the first woman.
- Henry Loeb III, mayor 1960-1963 and 1968-1971
- Abe Aronovitz, mayor 1953-1955
- Arthur Naftalin, first & only Jewish mayor, 1961-1969.
- Lazarus Schwarz (1911-1915)
- Leon Schwarz (1926, 1932, 1933)
- Henry Faber (1870-1875)
- Mordecai Moses (1875-1881)
New Orleans, Louisiana
- Martin Behrman, longest-serving mayor in New Orleans history - 1904-1920, 1925-26
New York City
- Abraham David Beame, First Jewish mayor of NYC
- Michael Bloomberg
- Edward Irving Koch, 3-term mayor
- Fiorello H. LaGuardia, 3-term mayor
Newark, New Jersey
- Meyer C. Ellenstein, 1933-1941.
- Theodore D. Mann, the longest-serving mayor and the first Jewish mayor (1972-1994).
- Edward Zorinsky, mayor, 1973-1977.
- Meyer Weil, 1871-1875, 1877-1881
- Bernard Samuel, 1941-1952
- Ed Rendell, 1992-1999
- Phil Gordon, mayor 2004-2012
- Sophie Masloff who was 70 years old when she took office. Her image as a "little Jewish grandmother" made her a well liked figure. She was the first woman to hold that office. Held office from 1988 to 1994
- Samuel Pettigrew, who held office from 1832 to 1836. He was appointed by City Council and then won the first mayoral election.
- Florence Shapiro, 1990-1992
- Joseph Simon, mayor 1909-1911
- Neil Goldschmidt, mayor 1973-1979
- Vera Katz, 1993 to 2005
- Sam Steiger, 1999 – 2001
Red Bank, New Jersey
- Katherine Elkus White, mayor 1951 to 1956.
- Solomon Jacobs was acting Mayor from 1818 to 1819.
Saint Paul, Minnesota
- Lawrence D. Cohen, mayor 1972-1976
- Norman Coleman, Jr.
Salt Lake City, UT
- Louis Marcus - city's only Jewish mayor
San Diego, California
- Susan Golding, first Jewish mayor, 1992-2000
- Bob Filner, December 2012 until August 2013.
San Francisco, California
- Washington Montgomery Bartlett, 1883 to 1887.
- Adolph Sutro, 24th mayor, held office for one term (January 7, 1895 – January 3, 1897)
- Dianne Feinstein
Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Arthur Seligman, mayor (19th c)
- Herman Myers, 43rd and first Jewish Mayor, held office for 5 two-year terms (1895-1897, 1899-1907)
- Susan Weiner, first female mayor (1992-1996)
Schenectady, New York
- Major Mordecai Myers, first Jewish mayor in 1851 and served again in 1854.
- Bailey Gatzert, first Jewish mayor (1879-1880)
- Simon Maas (1887-1889)
- Marcus Meyer (1895-1899)
- Louis Benish (1915-1920)
- Samuel Levy, 1873
- Ben Holzman, 1900-1902
- Ernest Bernstein, 1906-1908
Sioux City, Iowa
South Highlands Village, Louisiana
- Emanuel Mahne Bodenheimer, mayor in 1920's - in 1927 was incorporated into Shreveport.
- Herman Glogowski, 4-term mayor from 1886-1893
- Sandra Warshaw Freedman, first female mayor
- Jonathan Rothschild, mayor (2011-present)
Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Meyera E. Oberndorf, 1988-2009, first woman mayor and longest-serving mayor
White Plains, New York
- Seymour Jerome "Sy" Schulman - 1993-1997
Woodbridge, New Jersey
- Joseph Rabinowitz, mayor from 1910-1918.
- Joseph C. Casdin
- Jordan Levy, mayor (1980-1981 & 1988-1993)
- Betty Marshall, mayor (1978-1982)
- The provincials: a personal history of Jews in the South by By Eli N. Evans, the son of the Jewish mayor of Durham, NC
- "The Jewish Traveler: Tampa Bay," Hadassah Magazine, Dec. 2014/Jan. 2015