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===Mayoral elections===
Mayoral elections will be held in some major U.S. cities.
* [[2022 Anaheim mayoral election|Anaheim, California]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Harry Sidhu]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 Austin mayoral election|Austin, Texas]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Steve Adler (politician)|Steve Adler]] is ineligible to run for reelection due to [[Term limit|term limits]].
* [[2022 Henderson mayoral election|Henderson, Nevada]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Debra March]] is ineligible to run for reelection due to [[Term limit|term limits]].
* [[2022 Laredo mayoral election|Laredo, Texas]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Pete Saenz]] is ineligible to run for reelection due to [[Term limit|term limits]].
* [[2022 Lexington, Kentucky mayoral election|Lexington, Kentucky]]: Incumbent [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] [[Linda Gorton]] is eligible for reelection.
* [[2022 Little Rock mayoral election|Little Rock, Arkansas]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Frank Scott Jr.]] is eligible for reelection.
* [[2022 Long Beach, California mayoral election|Long Beach, California]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Robert Garcia (California politician)|Robert Garcia]] is eligible for reelection.
* [[2022 Los Angeles mayoral election|Los Angeles, California]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Eric Garcetti]] is ineligible to run for reelection due to [[Term limit|term limits]].
* [[2022 Louisville mayoral election|Louisville, Kentucky]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Greg Fischer]] is ineligible to run for reelection due to [[Term limit|term limits]].
* [[2022 Lubbock mayoral election|Lubbock, Texas]]: Incumbent [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] [[Dan Pope]] is eligible for reelection.
* [[2022 Newark mayoral election|Newark, New Jersey]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Ras Baraka]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 Newport News mayoral election|Newport News, Virginia]]: Incumbent [[Independent politician|independent]] [[McKinley L. Price]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 North Las Vegas mayoral election|North Las Vegas, Nevada]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[John Jay Lee]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 Oakland mayoral election|Oakland, California]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Libby Schaaf]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 Oklahoma City mayoral election|Oklahoma City, Oklahoma]]: Incumbent [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] [[David Holt (politician)|David Holt]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 Providence, Rhode Island mayoral election|Providence, Rhode Island]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Jorge Elorza]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 Reno mayoral election|Reno, Nevada]]: Incumbent [[Independent politician|independent]] [[Hillary Schieve]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 San Bernardino mayoral election|San Bernardino, California]]: Incumbent [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] [[John Valdivia]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 San Jose mayoral election|San Jose, California]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Sam Liccardo]] is ineligible to run for reelection due to [[Term limit|term limits]].
* [[2022 Tallahassee mayoral election|Tallahassee, Florida]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[John E. Dailey]] is eligible to run for reelection.
* [[2022 Washington, D.C. mayoral election|Washington, D.C.]]: Incumbent [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Muriel Bowser]] is eligible to run for reelection.