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Newark (DE) City Council District 2

Elections are held for the City of Newark, DE on the second Tuesday in April each year. The Mayor and a six-member City Council form the elected government for the city. Six council members, elected from separate districts, serve staggered two-year terms.There will be an election on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, for Newark City Council District 2 residents. Vote at the Ogletown Road fire station from 7am to 8pm, or vote by absentee ballot.Update: Because of a candidate withdrawal on March 26th, the District 2 race is now uncontested, and Sharon Hughes will assume office automatically. With no more contested races left, the City of Newark elections scheduled for April 13, 2021 have been cancelled.Roughly speaking, District 2 is the area east of College Ave, from the Kirkwood Hwy neighborhoods near Lumbrook Park/Woodlawn Ave to the north, encompassing the library and Pencader areas down to the industrial district along I-95. A link to a Newark election districts map is available on the City website: https://newarkde.gov/62/Mayor-CouncilAny individual who is at least 18 years old and is registered to vote with the State of Delaware at a residence within the corporate limits of the City of Newark is eligible to vote.In 2021, due to the COVID-19 State of Emergency the city will mail absentee ballot affidavits and a cover letter detailing instructions to every registered voter in District 2. Return the completed affidavit to receive an absentee ballot. Return completed absentee ballots to the City Secretary’s Office no later than 8:00 p.m. the day of the election.

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  • Sharon Hughes

  • Brenden Moore (withdrawn)

Información Biográfica

This question deals with council priorities. For incumbent councilpersons: "What do you think is the most important vote that City Council has taken over the past year?" For challengers, "What do you view as the greatest issue facing city council?"

What changes, if any, would you propose to the city's policies related to parking and traffic?

What are your thoughts on the amount of new student housing projects and commercial development on Main Street and their impact on the community as a whole?

Do you believe the city's COVID-related policies and procedures have been appropriate so far?

The City of Newark was designated a "Habitat City" by the Delaware Nature Society and the National Wildlife Federation several years ago. What is your position on real estate development versus keeping open green space in Newark? Do you support the planting of native plants in City green spaces?

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