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Dan Air Jordan 16s Cowen, 22, of 609 Euclid Ave., a native of Wayland, Mass., has resided in Syracuse since enrolling at the university in 2009. He is majoring in political science and policy studies.
Cowen founded a local outreach program in which SU students tutor and assist immigrants from the Congo and Burundi. He also is Air Jordan Fusion 4 working on a project affiliated Nike LeBron 12 with Air Jordan 17s Northside Urban Partnership to develop a business incubation center for refugees.
Cowen, who registered to vote in Syracuse last month, is a Democrat who hopes to secure a ballot spot on the Democratic line in November. But he will face competition from at least four veteran Syracuse Democrats who are already vying for the two available councilor at large Air Jordan 10s positions.
Incumbent councilors at large Lance Denno and Jean Kessner are both expected to run for re election in November. Denno, a retired city firefighter, and Kessner, a former TV news reporter, are both seeking a second four year term. Denno also previously served as a district councilor.
Pam Hunter, a former councilor at large, has sought support from Democratic ward committees to run for an at large seat in November. Jeff Wright, former commissioner of the city department of public works, also has sought committee support this year for an at large candidacy.
The top two vote getters in November will win the at large positions. Cowen said he plans to run in a primary if he can get the party designation. Republican officials have not yet announced any candidates for the seats.