Syracuse Common Councilor Joe Nicoletti joins race for mayor

SYRACUSE (WSYR-TV) - Joe Nicoletti has joined the race for Syracuse mayor. 

The Syracuse Common Councilor has posted a video on YouTube, announcing his campaign.

Nicoletti, a Democrat, says he'll focus on reviving Syracuse neighborhoods and fighting poverty. 

The 69-year-old is joining Democrats Alfonso Davis, Marty Masterpole and Andrew Maxwell - all who've already announced their plans to run for mayor. 

Republican Laura Lavine and independent Ben Walsh also have said they are running.

Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner will step down next year because of term limits.

Nicoletti unsuccessfully fought for the Democratic nomination in 2009. 

He currently currently serves as a Syracuse councilor-at-large. He was appointed to the seat in 2015 and won election in November 2016.

You can watch Joe Nicoletti's campaign announcement by clicking here.

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