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Newark, New Jersey municipal elections, 2014

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The city of Newark, New Jersey held elections for mayor and city council on May 13, 2014.[1] A runoff took place on June 10 in the West and Central Wards. The filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in the election was March 10, 2014.[2] All nine of the city council seats were up for election -- four at-large seats and one seat from each of the five wards.

Councilman Ras J. Baraka won election as mayor. Council incumbents Anibal Ramos, Jr., John S. James, Augusto Amador, Carlos M. Gonzalez and Mildred C. Crump won re-election, while Joseph A. McCallum, Jr., Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins, Mayor Luis Quintana and Edward Osborne won election to the council. Darrin S. Sharif was defeated in his re-election bid.

Mayor

Candidate list

Note: Incumbent Luis Quintana did not run for re-election.
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City council

Candidate list

North Ward

May 13 General election candidates:

South Ward

Note: Incumbent Ras J. Baraka did not run for re-election.
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East Ward

May 13 General election candidates:

West Ward

Note: Incumbent Ronald C. Rice did not run for re-election.
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June 10 Runoff election candidates:

Central Ward

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June 10 Runoff election candidates:

At-large (4 seats)

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