Wade Norwood



Wade Norwood served on the Rochester City Council for 15 years . He hoped to continue to serve the city through a victory in the 2005 Mayoral Race, but was defeated by Bob Duffy in the democratic primary. He remained on the City Council through December 2005.

After the mayoral election Norwood focused his efforts to pass legislation that would help remove lead paint from the city. He was elected to a five-year term as Regent at Large to the New York State Board of Regents in 2009. Regent Norwood is the Director of Community Engagement for the Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency (FLHSA).1


In The Media



Norwood enters mayoral race] - February 25, 2005

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