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The final results are now in, and we didn’t make it.

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Thoughts and prayers are no longer enough - Sensible action to prevent gun violence must happen.


Thursday, May 3, 2018 (Trenton, NJ) - Last evening the City of Trenton was once again riddled with three different incidents involving gun shootings; two incidents in the North Ward, and one in the East Ward.  These shootings have been accepted as an unfortunate “norm” in our City.

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Victory Fund Endorses Elvin Montero for Trenton City Council-At Large


Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - (Trenton, NJ ) - Today LGBTQ Victory Fund, the only national organization dedicated to electing LGBTQ leaders to public office, endorsed 35 more LGBTQ candidates, raising to 109 the total number of candidates endorsed this cycle.

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Mercer County Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, Endorses Montero Trenton City Council At-Large


Friday, April 20, 2018 - (TRENTON) - The Mercer County Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, today announced its endorsement of Elvin Montero for Trenton City Council At-Large.

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Celebrate Elvin's 43rd Birthday 33 Days Before Election Day


Elvin Montero's 43rd Birthday Fundraiser

Join us 33 days before Election Day to support Elvin Montero’s campaign for Trenton City Council At Large and celebrate his 43rd Birthday!

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Statement on the Trenton Water Works Situation

The future of Trenton Water Works remains in question in lieu of recent events. Last fall, following several years of issues regarding low staffing and aging infrastructure and concerns of water quality, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection requested that the Capital City hire a private contractor to aid in the operations of the utility. It is my hope that the reports of a firm being hired are true, and can help significantly improve TWW operations. The community needs to regain confidence in the TWW, and reassurance that the water is safe to drink and use.

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Elvin Montero Comments on NJ’s 35 Poorest Towns List

(Trenton, NJ)- Speaking in reference to’s ranked list of New Jersey’s 35 poorest towns, Trenton City Council At Large Candidate Elvin Montero shared his opinions on Trenton’s #6 ranking, with 27.6% of the population living below poverty level.

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Montero to Host First Fundraiser on February 20 at Tikal Restaurant and Lounge in Trenton


You're cordially invited to attend Elvin Montero's first fundraiser in support of his candidacy for City Councilperson At Large.

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Montero Announces Run for Trenton City Council At Large


Thursday, December 21, 2017 - (TRENTON) - Speaking to a considerable crowd assembled for the occasion, Elvin Montero - a lifelong resident of the City of Trenton - announced his candidacy Thursday for one of three At-Large seats on the City Council.

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Elvin Montero to Announce Run for City Council At Large

25439892_10211156277878117_4026361067799305445_o.jpgElvin Montero, a Trenton native, will announce he's running for Trenton City Council at Large on Thursday, December, 21, 2017 at Trenton Social at 6PM.

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