North Ward Top Vote-Getter, Jennifer Williams, Calls Judge Lougy’s December 13th Run-Off Decision a “Victory for Trenton Voters!”

12/5/22 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jennifer Williams, ‭(609) 310-1186‬‬

North Ward Top Vote-Getter, Jennifer Williams, Calls Judge Lougy’s December 13th Run-Off Decision a “Victory for Trenton Voters!”

Trenton, NJ – The Jennifer Williams for North Ward Council campaign is calling Mercer County Assignment Judge Robert Lougy’s decision today to keep the December 13th runoff date for the North Ward and the South Ward a “Victory for Trenton Voters!” Because of this judicial decision this afternoon, voters in those two wards will be able to continue voting by mail and on Election Day, December 13th in their regular voting places.

North Ward Council Candidate Jennifer Williams stated, “I am gratified by Judge Lougy’s decision to protect the right to vote here in Trenton. I asked our legal system to honor the votes that had already been cast and to keep December 13th as the established runoff date. As the Attorney General’s office admitted its mistake in calling to move this December 13th runoff – it never should have been moved in the first place. With this judgment, Trenton will have enough City Council members installed to conduct city business on January 1st.”

Ms. Williams added, “All vote by mail ballots will be counted and voters who wish to vote on December 13th will be able to vote for me at their regular polling stations. I am proud to have fought for their ability to vote for Trenton’s future in this runoff and I look forward to fighting for them soon as their North Ward Councilperson.”

For more information on Jennifer Williams’ campaign for North Ward City Council, please visit www.WilliamsForNorthWard.com.

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Biography

Jennifer (Jen) Williams is a lifelong Trentonian and has lived in North Trenton for over twenty years. She has been civically active in many endeavors in the Capital City. Jen has dutifully served Trenton and the North Ward on the Zoning Board for fourteen years and as its Chair for the past two years to help guide business and residential development towards fair, legal, and equitable decisions affecting zoning in the capital city – benefiting Trenton residents and business owners. She has learned much that she wishes to apply as Trenton’s North Ward City Councilperson.

Please visit www.WilliamsForNorthWard.com for more information.

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