Gloucester City First Ward Councilman, Dan Spencer, has filed a ballot petition to become a candidate for Mayor in this year's Democratic Primary Election. Councilman Spencer received the unanimous support of the Gloucester City Democratic Party's Executive Committee and the endorsement of the Gloucester City Democrat Club to represent the Party as our Mayoral candidate.
In a Facebook post from earlier today, Councilman Spencer stated "I am very honored and humbled to be chosen as the Mayor candidate by the Gloucester City Democrat Executive Committee. I am grateful for the unanimous support of my colleagues on City Council and our County Committee people. I am happy to say I just made it official and filed my petition. Looking forward to working hard on your behalf."
Councilman Spencer has served the people of Gloucester City as a member of City Council since 2009. He is the current Chairman of the Finance Committee and is a member of the Housing and Licensing committees. Before retiring in 2016, Dan served the people of Camden County as Deputy Director of the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, where he worked for 26 years. Dan currently serves as the Parish Secretary for St. Mary's Catholic Parish.
Good luck, Dan!