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Tucker Releases Statement on Passing of Mayor Kenneth Gibson

Reflecting on a political relationship that spanned nearly 50 years, Assemblywoman Cleopatra G. Tucker (D-Essex) released the following statement Saturday regarding the death of Mayor Kenneth A. Gibson--the trailblazer who was elected the first African-American mayor of Newark in 1970:

"I am truly saddened for this loss and extend my heartfelt condolences to the Gibson family. Mayor Gibson was a tireless advocate, fighter and servant for the residents of Newark, and as a Newarker for over 60 years, I am thankful for his uncompromising dedication to our city.

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