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Author of Democracy in Black: An attorney and one of the true class acts in the strange swamp of New Jersey politics. Kenneth Clayton The pastor of St. Gordon Johnson The Democratic assemblyman from the 37th District was one of the first elected officials in the state to endorse Phil Murphy for Governor.

Also close to the Trenton churches. Small occupies an important position in what will be one of the most watched local contests of the year in an embattled city resistant to a state takeover. Grace Spencer The former LD29 assemblywoman from Newark is a superior court judge and a possible future contender for appointment to the state supreme court.

Politically savvy, Soaires is not as politically active as he was ten years ago, but he remains a force in Central Jersey. The pastor of Cathedral International in Perth Amboy has tremendous reach as a much sought-after author, speaker and media personality. Sarah Jones Formerly of the office of U. Ted Wells The celebrated attorney who once represented then-U. Senator Bob Torricelli is a resident of Livingston. James Gee The chief of staff to U.

Bonnie Watson Coleman is long-time Mercer operative with state government experience, having served in both the McGreevey and Corzine administrations. Doug Palmer While his successor got jammed up, Palmer survived two decades as mayor of Trenton. The mayor emeritus still holds sway and influence, and is a charter member of Mayors Against Illegal Guns. Adam Taliaferro The former football player survived a spinal cord injury to go on to become assemblyman in the 3rd Legislative District.

After a contentious election, all eyes are on him. Jason Grove Business developer for Essex Urban League, heavily involved in policy advocacy for young professionals. Sharpe James and John Sharpe James The former mayor of Newark still wields influence, particularly in the South Ward, here his son serves as the city councilman.

A possible contender for mayor. Thomas Little Legislative Director to Assembly members Houghtaling and Downey, in battleground territory, he moves the legislative agenda that makes them look good. Mike Jackson The Paterson First Ward Councilman won tough elections to get where he is, a former pro football player and local business owner.

The longtime public advocate and Atlantic City Councilman is a candidate for mayor of the embattled gambling burgh. Mildred Crump Forty-two years a Braille Teacher and Education Consultant from the New Jersey Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired, the veteran at-large Newark City councilwoman has served on the local governing body since — the first councilwoman in Newark City history.

Marie Guervil Parano and Associates. Demetrius Terry VP of college Democrats, very outspoken in improving conditions for college students and minorities. Angela Garretson Moving up, the Hillside mayor is headed to the freeholder board on the recomendation of the Union County Democratic Committee.

She was arrested several times in England and America during suffragist protests and spent many nights in jail campaigning for the right to vote.

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Dorothea Dix Flickr Creative Commons. Census Bureau map of Trenton, New Jersey. Trenton is the capital city of the U. The Census Bureau estimated that the city's population was 84, in Trenton dates back at least to June 3, , when mention was made of a constable being appointed for Trenton, while the area was still part of Hunterdon County.

Boundaries were recorded for Trenton Township as of March 2, , [25] a courthouse and jail were constructed in Trenton around and the Freeholders of Hunterdon County met annually in Trenton.

Trenton Township was incorporated as one of New Jersey's initial group of townships by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 21, A series of annexations took place over a year period, with the city absorbing South Trenton borough April 14, , portions of Nottingham Township April 14, , both the Borough of Chambersburg Township and Millham Township both on March 30, , as well as Wilbur Borough February 28, The first settlement which would become Trenton was established by Quakers in , in the region then called the Falls of the Delaware, led by Mahlon Stacy from Handsworth , Sheffield , England.

Quakers were being persecuted in England at this time and North America provided an opportunity to exercise their religious freedom. By , the town adopted the name "Trent-towne", after William Trent , one of its leading landholders who purchased much of the surrounding land from Stacy's family.

This name later was shortened to "Trenton". On December 25—26, , Washington and his army, after crossing the icy Delaware River to Trenton, defeated the Hessian troops garrisoned there. Trenton became the state capital in , but prior to that year the New Jersey Legislature often met here. Throughout the 19th century, Trenton grew steadily, as European immigrants came to work in its pottery and wire rope mills. In , with the population now too large for government by council, a new mayoral government was adopted, with by-laws that remain in operation to this day.

The Trenton Six were a group of black men arrested for allegedly murdering a white man with a soda bottle. They were arrested without warrants, denied lawyers, and sentenced to death based on what were described as coerced confessions. Eventually the accused men with the exception of one who died in prison were released. The incident was the subject of the book Jersey Justice: According to the United States Census Bureau , the city had a total area of 8. Trenton is located near the exact geographic center of the state, which is 5 miles 8.

They are generally split as to whether they are within New York or Philadelphia's sphere of influence. While it is geographically closer to Philadelphia, many people who have recently moved to the area commute to New York City, and have moved there to escape the New York region's high housing costs. Trenton is one of two state capitals that border another state — the other being Carson City, Nevada. The city of Trenton is home to numerous neighborhoods and sub-neighborhoods.

The main neighborhoods are taken from the four cardinal directions North, South, East, and West. Trenton was once home to large Italian, Hungarian, and Jewish communities, but since the s, demographic shifts have changed the city into a relatively segregated urban enclave of middle and lower income African Americans.

Italians are scattered throughout the city, but a distinct Italian community is centered in the Chambersburg neighborhood, in South Trenton. Today Chambersburg has a large Latino community.

Many of the Latino immigrants are from Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua. The North Ward , once a mecca for the city's middle class, is now one of the most economically distressed, torn apart by race riots following the assassination of Martin Luther King in Nonetheless, the area still retains many important architectural and historic sites.

Hedwig's church was built in by Polish immigrants, many of whose families still attend the church. North Trenton is also home to the historic Shiloh Baptist Church—one of the largest houses of worship in Trenton and the oldest African American church in the city, founded in The church is currently pastored by Rev. It faces downtown Trenton and is a symbol of the city's historic past. The Chambersburg neighborhood is within the East Ward, and was once noted in the region as a destination for its many Italian restaurants and pizzerias.

With changing demographics, many of these businesses have either closed or relocated to suburban locations. Neighborhoods in the city include: It is the result of adiabatic warming of the Appalachians , low altitude and proximity to the coast without being on the immediate edge for moderate temperatures. Summers are hot and humid, with a July daily average of The average precipitation is The driest month on average is February, with 2.

The all-time single-day rainfall record is 7. The all-time monthly rainfall record is The wettest year on record was , when On the flip side, the driest month on record was October , when only 0. Snowfall can vary even more year to year. The average snowfall is The racial makeup of the city has changed substantially over the decades. The city was As of the United States Census , there were 84, people, 28, households, and 17, families residing in the city.

The population density was 11, There were 33, housing units at an average density of 4, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were 28, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was For every females there were For every females ages 18 and older there were As of the United States Census [18] there were 85,, people, 29, households, and 18, families residing in the city.

There were 29, households, In the city the age distribution of the population shows The median age was 32 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Top 10 ethnicities reported during the Census by percentage were: Trenton was a major manufacturing center in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Along with many other United States cities in the s, Trenton fell on hard times when manufacturing and industrial jobs declined.

Concurrently, state government agencies began leasing office space in the surrounding suburbs. State government leaders particularly governors William Cahill and Brendan Byrne attempted to revitalize the downtown area by making it the center of state government. Between and , more than a dozen office buildings were constructed primarily by the state to house state offices. Each weekday, 20, state workers flood into the city from the surrounding suburbs. Notable businesses of the thousands based in Trenton include Italian People's Bakery , a wholesale and retail bakery established in Portions of Trenton are part of an Urban Enterprise Zone.

Trenton has long been part of the Philadelphia television market. However, following the United States Census , Trenton was shifted from the Philadelphia metropolitan statistical area to the New York metropolitan statistical area. With a similar shift by the New Haven, Connecticut , area to the New York area, they were the first two cases where metropolitan statistical areas differed from their defined Nielsen television markets. Because of Trenton's near-equal distance to both New York City and Philadelphia , and because most homes in Mercer County receive network broadcasts from both cities, locals are sharply divided in fan loyalty between both cities.

Between and , Trenton Speedway , located in adjacent Hamilton Township, hosted world class auto racing. Drivers such as Jim Clark , A. The former site of the speedway and fairgrounds is now the Grounds for Sculpture.

The Freedom ended operations in , joining the short-lived Trenton Steel in and Trenton Lightning in as indoor football teams that had brief operating lives at the arena. The City of Trenton is governed within the Faulkner Act , formally known as the Optional Municipal Charter Law, under the Faulkner Act Mayor-Council system of municipal government by a mayor and a seven-member city council.

Three city council members are elected at-large , and four come from each of four wards. The mayor and council members are elected concurrently on a non-partisan basis to four-year terms of office as part of the May municipal election.

As of [update] , the Mayor of Trenton is Reed Gusciora , who had previously served in the New Jersey General Assembly until taking office as mayor. From February 7 to July 1, , the acting mayor was George Muschal who retroactively assumed the office on that date due to the felony conviction of Tony F.

Mack , who had taken office on July 1, On February 7, , Mack and his brother, Raphiel Mack, were convicted by a federal jury of bribery, fraud and extortion, based on the details of their participation in a scheme to take money in exchange for helping get approvals to develop a downtown parking garage as part of a sting operation by law enforcement. His chief of staff was arrested trying to buy heroin. His half-brother, whose authority he elevated at the city water plant, was arrested on charges of stealing.

His law director resigned after arguing with Mack over complying with open-records laws and potential violations of laws prohibiting city contracts to big campaign donors. Trenton is located in the 12th Congressional District [] and is part of New Jersey's 15th state legislative district. Mercer County is governed by a County Executive who oversees the day-to-day operations of the county and by a seven-member Board of Chosen Freeholders that acts in a legislative capacity, setting policy.

All officials are chosen at-large in partisan elections, with the executive serving a four-year term of office while the freeholders serve three-year terms of office on a staggered basis, with either two or three seats up for election each year. Hughes D , term ends December 31, ; Princeton. Carabelli ; Trenton , [] John A.

As of March 23, , there were a total of 37, registered voters in Trenton, of which 16, There were 12 voters registered to other parties. In the presidential election , Democrat Barack Obama received In the gubernatorial election , Democrat Barbara Buono received The city of Trenton is protected on a full-time basis by the city of Trenton Fire and Emergency Services Department TFD , which has been a paid department since after having been originally established in as a volunteer fire department.

Trenton is the home of two post-secondary institutions— Thomas Edison State University serving adult students around the nation and worldwide [] and Mercer County Community College 's James Kearney Campus.

In , Rider moved to its current location in nearby Lawrence Township. The Trenton Public Schools serve students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. The district is one of 31 former Abbott districts statewide, [] which are now referred to as "SDA Districts" based on the requirement for the state to cover all costs for school building and renovation projects in these districts under the supervision of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority.

The school district has undergone a 'construction' renaissance throughout the district. As of the school year, the district and its 22 schools had an enrollment of 13, students and 1, After receiving notice from the New Jersey Department of Education that the school's charter would not be renewed due to issues with academic performance and school management, the school closed its doors on June 30, Trenton Catholic Academy high school serves students in grades 9—12, while Trenton Catholic Academy grammar school serves students in Pre-K through 8th grade; both schools operate under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton.

Trenton is home to Al-Bayaan Academy , which opened for preschool students in September and added grades in subsequent years.

Trenton Community Music School is a not-for-profit community school of the arts. The school was founded by executive director Marcia Wood in In , there were 31 homicides in Trenton, which at that time was the largest number in a single year in the city's history.

In September , the city laid off police officers due to budget cuts; this constituted almost one-third of the Trenton Police Department and required 30 senior officers to be sent out on patrols in lieu of supervisory duties. In , the city set a new record with 37 homicides. The Trenton Riots of were a major civil disturbance that took place during the week following the assassination of civil rights leader Martin Luther King in Memphis on April 4. Race riots broke out nationwide following the murder of the civil rights activist.

More than Trenton businesses, mostly in Downtown, were ransacked and burned. More than people, most of them young black men, were arrested on charges ranging from assault and arson to looting and violating the mayor's emergency curfew. In addition to 16 injured policemen, 15 firefighters were treated at city hospitals for smoke inhalation, burns, sprains and cuts suffered while fighting raging blazes or for injuries inflicted by rioters.

Denizens of Trenton's urban core often pulled false alarms and would then throw bricks at firefighters responding to the alarm boxes. This experience, along with similar experiences in other major cities, effectively ended the use of open-cab fire engines. As an interim measure, the Trenton Fire Department fabricated temporary cab enclosures from steel deck plating until new equipment could be obtained.

Trenton's Battle Monument neighborhood was hardest hit. Since the s, North Trenton had witnessed a steady exodus of middle-class residents, and the riots spelled the end for North Trenton. By the s, the region had become one of the most blighted and crime-ridden in the city. It houses some of the state's most dangerous individuals, which included New Jersey's death row population until the state banned capital punishment in City highways include the Trenton Freeway , which is part of U.

Route 1 , and the John Fitch Parkway, which is part of Route Routes 29 and connect the city to Interstate which provides connections with Interstate and the New Jersey Turnpike also known as Interstate The train station also serves as the northbound terminus for the River Line , a diesel light rail line that runs to Camden.

Long-distance transportation is provided by Amtrak train service along the Northeast Corridor. In January , Frontier cited low demand as the reason behind its decision to cut service to five cities in the Midwest, leaving 13 destinations available to passengers. NJ Transit Bus Operations provides bus service between Trenton and Philadelphia on the route, with service to surrounding communities on the , , , , , , , , and routes.

Trenton is served by two daily newspapers: The Times and The Trentonian , as well as a monthly advertising magazine: Defunct periodicals include the Trenton True American. Trenton is officially part of the Philadelphia television market but some local pay TV operators also carry stations serving the New York market.

While it is its own radio market, many Philadelphia and New York stations are easily receivable. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Capital of New Jersey.

State capital in New Jersey, United States. Downtown on the Delaware River. Interactive map of Trenton, New Jersey. People from Trenton, New Jersey. Charles Conrad Abbott — , archaeologist and naturalist.

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