Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Nidia R. Lopez -jersey city city council

Nidia R. Lopez (born September 13, 1949) is the Councilwoman for Ward C, the Journal Square area, of Jersey City, New Jersey

On February 9, 2009, incumbent mayor Jerramiah T. Healy (who was running for reelection) announced his city council slate. Lopez was his choice to represent Ward C. She was elected by the residents of Jersey City on May 12, 2009. Councilwoman Lopez won a first ballot victory by defeating five opponents with a majority of the vote. Mrs. Lopez is the first Hispanic councilwoman ever elected to the Jersey City City Council. Her husband, Benjamin Lopez, was Jersey City's first Hispanic councilman elected in 1981 for Ward E. Councilwoman Lopez's term expires on June 30, 2013.
In just over three months, Jersey City voters will head to the polls for the city’s quadrennial city election, when the mayoralty and all nine City Council seats are up for grabs.

Ward C Councilwoman Nidia Lopez announced on Jan. 29 that she will seek re-election to her second term. Lopez is a former Healy ally who now backs Fulop, and she will face JP Morgan analyst Janet Chevres. Chevres is running on Healy's ticket in Ward C, which Healy supporters have vowed to "take back" from Lopez.

VOTE: May 14, 2013 – Nidia R Lopez 9C 

I represent close to 40,000 people, only 19,000 are register to vote. Only 3,058 came out to vote in 2009. Help us make history and please come out and make your VOICE be heard. VOTE for the FUTURE OF JERSEY CITYTEAM FULOP. Thank You!

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