James Barrett McNulty, American politician, Died at 71


James Barrett McNulty was born on February 27, 1945, and died on March 2, 2016.
He was an American politician.
He served as Mayor of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
James was graduated from St. Patrick’s High School in 1962 and the University of Scranton, where he received a degree in Political Science.
He ran for mayor in the 1981 mayoral election.
However, the flamboyant McNulty’s trademark was the red rose.
James Barrett McNulty handed out some 20,000 of them to both supporters and other courted members of the electorate during his career.
James Barrett McNulty main campaign pledge was to try to revive the near-dead coal mining city’s economy with tourism.
James Barrett McNulty plans helped to boost the city’s profile and he won the November election.
Evie Rafalko-McNulty was his wife.
James Barrett McNulty passed away at 71 yrs old due effects of cancer and heart disease, in Scranton, Pennsylvania.