Mayor of Tampa 1956-1959, 1963-1967
Nick Chillura Nuccio (Oct. 24, 1901 - Aug. 26, 1989) was a two-time mayor of Tampa, Florida in the 1950s and 60s. He was the Tampa's first mayor of "Latin" (specifically Italian) decent, having been born and raised in the immigrant neighborhood of Ybor City.
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... By the mid-1950s, Nuccio had built up substantial support in Tampa, especially among Latin voters in Ybor City and West Tampa, and decided to run for mayor ... after national newspaper coverage alleged that Nuccio had close ties to organized crime ... Hixon died in 1956 before finishing the term, so Nuccio ran again, winning a special election against interim mayor J.L ...
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