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Jacqueline Jennings

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Local Address: Willingboro, New Jersey, United States
Willingboro Township

Employment History

  • Mayor

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Delegate
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3 local municipal leaders included in White House forum on older suburbs - The Burlington County Democratic Committee, 7 Nov 2012 [cached]
Among the nearly 150 municipal, business, nonprofit and civic leaders who attended the "Forum on First Suburbs, Inclusion, Sustainability and Economic Growth" on Monday at the White House were Gail Cook, mayor of Beverly and a Democratic candidate for the 7th District Senate; Willingboro Deputy Mayor Jacqueline Jennings; and Pemberton Township Councilwoman Diane Stinney.
Jennings said that while things like unemployment are beyond her control, the township has tried to handle challenges through foreclosure workshops, individual counseling, neighborhood stabilization efforts and home rehabilitation programs.
"We're doing so many things to make sure that, through bad economic times, Willingboro continues to grow," she said.
Providence Teachers Union List of Schools, 10 July 2003 [cached]
Delegate: Jacqueline Jennings456-9414
New Jersey Regional Coalition, 1 Dec 2011 [cached]
NJRC's New Jersey delegation included: Assemblywoman Mila Jasey, Mayor David DelVecchio of Lambertville, Mayor John Bencivengo of Hamilton in Mercer County, Mayor Joseph Florio of Union Township, Mayor Paul Medany of Deptford, Mayor Gail Cook of Beverly, Mayor Victor De Luca of Maplewood, Mayor Albert Kelly of Bridgeton, Deputy Mayor Jacqueline Jennings of Willingboro, Councilwoman Diane Stinney of Pemberton, Councilwoman Lizette Parker of Teaneck, Councilman Nicholas Lewis of Montclair, Member of Board of Education Archange Antoine of Roselle, Member of Board of Education of Hamilton Township Kim Melton of Atlantic County, Former NJ Commissioner of Banking and Insurance Neil Jasey, Dr. Roland Anglin of Rutgers University, Dr. David Trout of Rutgers University, Rev. R. Lenton Buffalo, Jr. of Union Baptist Church in Elizabeth, Marty Johnson of Isles, Rev. Darrell L. Armstrong of Shiloh Baptist Church in Trenton, and Kiki Jamieson of the Fund for New Jersey.
GOP Assembly Candidate Leah Arter Calls W’Boro Mayor “Out-of-Touch with Realityâ€, 11 April 2012 [cached]
Mount Holly, July 17, 2009 - Willingboro Mayor Jacqueline Jennings' fanatic praise of Jon Corzine as an "awesome Governor" who Burlington County residents would be "crazy not to vote for" is so out-of-touch with reality that Burlington County Democrat leaders should be compelled to either renounce or embrace them publicly so voters know where they truly stand when it comes to Corzine's failed record on the economy, taxes and spending, said 7th District Assembly candidate Leah Arter.
The comments made by Jennings were part of an article in today's Burlington County Times called "Obama behind Corzine," that can be found by following this link:
"It's clear Mayor Jennings doesn't think Burlington County voters are smart enough to make their own decisions when it comes to voting for Governor and need to be told what to do," said Arter."If Mayor Jennings wants to vote for Jon Corzine solely because President Obama endorsed him, that's her prerogrative.However, according to a Monmouth
"Burlington County Democrat leaders and candidates up and down the ballot should either renounce Mayor Jennings' comments or embrace them," said Arter, who added that remaining silent would be akin to embracing the comments."The people of Burlington County deserve to know where candidates for office stand when it comes to Jon Corzine's failed record on the economy, taxes and spending.Mayor Jennings' comments may have been off-the-wall, but at least she took a stand.
Chris Brown: Republican Burlington County NJ Freeholder, 13 Mar 2009 [cached]
John Adler, State Assemblyman Jack Conners, county Freeholder Maryanne Reinhart, Willingboro Mayor Jacqueline Jennings and officers and members of Post 4914 confirmed to attend.
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