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Wilkes Urges Party Unity as Princeton Moves Toward Consolidation

For Immediate ReleaseContact Kevin Wilkes, 908-966-4591June 7, 2012

KEVIN WILKES URGES PARTY UNITY AS PRINCETON MOVES TOWARD CONSOLIDATION

PRINCETON, NJ—Kevin Wilkes has vowed to continue working to realize the full potential of municipal consolidation and has called for all Princeton Democrats to unite behind mayoral nominee Liz Lempert and the entire Democratic slate . . . → Read More: Wilkes Urges Party Unity as Princeton Moves Toward Consolidation

Primary Day is Here!

Well, it is now primary Election Day.  We have come along way since our announcement on March 1.  I want to thank all of my friends and supporters for your work on my behalf and on behalf of all Princetonians who hope to benefit from our consolidation into ONE PRINCETON.  I think about how . . . → Read More: Primary Day is Here!

New Campaign Literature

Some new campaign literature that we’ve been distributing; it includes details on my record and my plans for Princeton if I’m lucky enough to be elected mayor!

Sample Ballot

Next week is election day! How time flies. This is what the ballot will look like — pay close attention to where my name will be!

Princeton Community TV Interview on Perdidos en America

I also recently sat down for a half-hour interview on the Princeton Community TV show, Perdidos en America. It’s all in Spanish — if you speak or understand Spanish, check it out!

Recent NJ Insider Interview

I was interviewed recently by Princeton Community Television on NJ Insider. You can watch the video here!

New 655 Bus Represents the Best Example of Public-Private Partnership

For immediate release:                                                                                  May 14, 2012

Contact: Kevin Wilkes, 908.966.4591

Kevin Wilkes Says New 655 Bus Represents the Best Example of Public-Private Partnership 

Mayoral candidate and Borough Councilman Kevin Wilkes said Monday that the new NJ TRANSIT 655 bus is an excellent example of how local, state and federal governments can work . . . → Read More: New 655 Bus Represents the Best Example of Public-Private Partnership

Voting Info & Dates to Remember

Election day is coming up soon! Are you ready?

Important Dates:

May 15: Deadline to register.  Download the voter registration form here. Questions? Visit www.NJElections.org, or call 1-877-NJVOTER. May 29: If you want to vote by mail, your mail-in ballot must be received by May 29. You can download the mail-in ballot from NJ Elections.org. June 5: Primary . . . → Read More: Voting Info & Dates to Remember

AvalonBay’s New Proposal for the Hospital Site

At last night’s Borough Council meeting, the hot topic of discussion, of course, was developer AvalonBay’s proposed redevelopment of the Princeton Hospital site. While the developer had previously sought out a zoning variance that would allow it to build an additional 44 housing units (above the 280 currently permitted under zoning regulations), they withdrew . . . → Read More: AvalonBay’s New Proposal for the Hospital Site

Coffee with Kevin: This Friday March 23 at Zorba’s Brother

March 21, 2012                                                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact Kevin Wilkes

kevin@kevinwilkes.com

 

COME HAVE “COFFEE WITH KEVIN” EVERY FRIDAY MORNING 

ON FRIDAY MARCH 23, 7:00 am – 8:15 am, MAYORAL CANDIDATE KEVIN WILKES WILL BE CHATTING WITH COMMUNITY MEMBERS

AT ZORBA’S BROTHER ON NASSAU STREET

 

PRINCETON, . . . → Read More: Coffee with Kevin: This Friday March 23 at Zorba’s Brother