Mildred C. Crump
|Newark City Council, At-Large|
|July 1, 1994 - Present|
|June 30, 2018|
|Years in position||21|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||May 13, 2014|
|First elected||May 1994|
|Next general||May 2018|
|Bachelor's||Wayne State University|
|Place of birth||Detroit, Michigan|
Crump was the first African American woman ever elected to the Newark City Council.
Elections for the city council of Newark, New Jersey took place on May 12, 2014. Four at-large seats were up for election. Incumbents Carlos M. Gonzalez and Mildred C. Crump faced Louis Shockley, Patrick Council, Juan Arias, Kassimou Dosso, Calvin Wayde Souder, Marques Aquil Lewis, Alturrick Kenney, William Ramos, Wilfredo Caraballo, Carlos Cruz Jimenez, Terrance L. Bankston, Lynda Lloyd, Cesar A. Vizcaino, Luis Quintana, Carlotta Hall and Edward Osborne for the four at-large positions. Crump, Gonzalez, Quintana and Osborne won the four seats.
|Newark City Council, At-large, 2014|
|Mildred C. Crump Incumbent||16.2%||16,065|
|Carlos M. Gonzalez Incumbent||10.4%||10,355|
|Calvin Wayde Souder||2%||1,949|
|Marques Aquil Lewis||1.5%||1,518|
|Carlos Cruz Jimenez||1.7%||1,697|
|Terrance L. Bankston||2.6%||2,615|
|Cesar A. Vizcaino||1.4%||1,392|
|Source: Essex County Clerk's Office - 2014 Election Results|
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