Below is Judge McMahon's resumé, because the voters should be well informed and know what the candidate's qualifications are! Voters are the bosses selecting the best candidate for the job! But let's stop right there, his nine years of experience as a judge, most certainly has left him more than prepared for this job. Below the resumé, there are several news articles linked directly to that discuss the work he has continuously done to better the Syracuse community, just click on the links below the description.


Rory McMahon For Supreme Court


City Court Judge / Acting County Court

2011 - PRESENT

Being a Syracuse City Court Judge for almost a decade, I feel well prepared for what is ahead if I am elected to Supreme Court. During my years I have started an opioid court, in order to face the opioid epidemic plaguing my community. As Acting County Court Judge, I am presented with many felony trials.

Commissioner of Aviation / Hancock International Airport

2010 - 2011

As the commissioner of aviation, I oversaw a much needed, $60 million dollar security system renovation. I also negotiated with Air Canada, Jet Blue, and Delta airlines to expand services and flights.

Corporation Council / City of Syracuse

2006- 2009

I headed the City’s Initiative to prosecute delinquent landlords, in order to make conditions safer and healthier for tenants.

Common Councilor / Third District


On the City of Syracuse’s Common Council, I was chairman of RFP committee.

Attorney / Private Practice


At the Law Office of Robert A. Durr, I tried both criminal and civil cases in New York State Court.

Assistant District Attorney / Onondaga County


At Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office I was part of the felony crimes unit.


Syracuse University College Of Law / Juris Doctor

Graduated the year 1996

State University Of New York at Plattsburgh / Bachelors

Graduated in the year 1992

-Bachelor of Arts, Mass Communication

-Minor in Political Science

Corcoran High School / High School Diploma

Graduate of the Class of 1988 News Articles

Judge McMahon Asking For Your Vote-

All Candidates got to write an article on asking for your vote. Below is the link to Judge McMahon's.

Judge McMahon Saves A Life For The Third Time-

For the third time in his life, Rory McMahon saves a life at the YMCA. He saw a man collapse over by the weights and jumped into action by performing CPR on the man, whose heart was started again by a defibulater soon after.

Judge McMahon Tackles Animal Cruelty Cases-

With a rescue dog of his own, Rory McMahon sympathizes with the animals of his district by tackling the animal cruelty cases in Syracuse. His own boxer/mastiff, Moose, was found struggling to survive in the streets of Georgia in 2015.

Judge McMahon Opens Opioid Court In Syracuse-

With a cousin that faced addiction, McMahon felt especially passionate about the issue, and helped start an opioid court (Care Court) in the Syracuse area. With the goal to save lives, McMahon hopes that he made a difference in the addicted's lives.

McMahon selected by Mayor Miner to Become Commissioner of Aviation-

Stephanie Miner, former Mayor, selected McMahon to become Commissioner of Aviation at Syracuse's Hancock Airport. Rory spent his time improving the airport and increasing airline services.

McMahon selected by Mayor Miner to Become a City Court Judge-

Rory McMahon was selected by Mayor Miner to become a City Court Judge, based on his experiences as one of the city's best lawyers and his dedication to the community, specifically as a past President of McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center.

Corp Council Rory McMahon Cracks Down On Landlords-

As the city's Corporation Council, Rory McMahon cracks down on landlords to make sure bills and taxes are paid and that tenants are kept in a safe and healthy living environments.

Judge Rory McMahon leads the moving of the Blessed Mother Statue after Parish Closes

The Catholic Sun wrote an article describing the work Judge McMahon has done to move the bell tower and blessed mother statue from the closed Our Lady of Lourdes parish to the combined parish Our Lady of Hope.