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Former Englewood mayor Michael Wildes, left, and Assembly Speaker Pro-Tempore Gordon Johnson (D-Englewood)

Gordon Johnson endorses Wildes for mayor

Assembly Speaker Pro-Tem backs off-the-line candidate

By David Wildstein, June 01 2018 12:37 pm

Assembly Speaker Pro-Tempore Gordon Johnson (D-Englewood) has endorsed Michael Wildes for the Democratic nomination for mayor of Englewood.

“Michael Wildes exemplifies the value of public service and I know how dedicated he is to our community, its residents and to Englewood’s future,” said Johnson, a former Englewood councilman. “I’m proud to call Michael a friend and I look forward to working closely with him as a partner in the State Legislature to help make his vision of renewing our city a reality.”

Wildes faces Englewood Democratic Municipal Chair Phil Meisner in the June 5 primary.  Meisner is running on the Bergen County Democratic organization line.

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