Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small has named Constance “Mandy” Days-Chapman as manager of his re-election campaign.
Days-Chapman, a distinguished career educator who currently serves as the assistant principal at Atlantic City High School and as an adjunct professor at Stockton University, is an Atlantic City resident, long time community leader and activist, and former vice president of the Atlantic City Board of Education. She serves as the secretary for the Citizens Advisory Board, is an executive member of the NAACP Atlantic City Branch, is Chair of the Infant & Maternal Mortality Task Force, and a member of the Venice Park Civic Association. She is an active member of Second Baptist Church, where she sings with the Inspirational Choral Ensemble and she serves as an AC Dolphins’ Team Mom.
“It’s A GREAT Day Here in The City of Atlantic City and I’m honored to have Constance “Mandy” Days-Chapman as our Campaign Manager,” said Mayor Marty Small.
“In a campaign manager you want someone who’s organized, involved in the community and understands Atlantic City politics and the players involved. We have that in Mandy. George Tibbitt, Bruce Weekes, Stephanie Marshall and I look forward to winning the election on June 8th,” Mayor Small said.
“It is an honor to lead the campaign of Mayor Marty Small Sr.,” said Days-Chapman. “As we transition into a time of uncertainty and a new normal, it is important to have stability in the highest levels of leadership. Mayor Small has done an outstanding job leading this great city and creating a vision that puts the residents at the forefront. I am committed to seeing that continue by encouraging the voters to re-elect our mayor, Marty Small, and support our entire ticket. Dream Big and Vote Small!,” Days-Chapman said.
Constance Days-Chapman moved to Atlantic City from South Carolina when she was nine years old and is a graduate of Atlantic City High School, where she was a member of the varsity crew team. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English education from South Carolina State University, a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership, and is currently enrolled in Stockton University’s Doctoral Program. She is an active member of the Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Days-Chapman was formally an English teacher and academic coach out of the Office of Curriculum and Instruction for the Pleasantville Board of Education.
Mayor Marty Small, Sr., who was elected to a one-year term as mayor in a special election in November, 2020 is seeking his first four-year mayoral term on a slate with council at-large candidates Stephanie Marshall, George Tibbit and Bruce Weekes. Small and his running mates have been endorsed by the Atlantic County Democratic Committee in the June 8 Democratic primary.