Wildes re-elected in Englewood
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Wildes re-elected in Englewood

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, left, and Michael Wildes campaign in Englewood on Election Day. (Photo provided)
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, left, and Michael Wildes campaign in Englewood on Election Day. (Photo provided)

On November 6, Michael Wildes won 84 percent of votes cast for mayor in Englewood. He already served two terms as mayor before he left office to concentrate on his family and his immigration law practice. He will be sworn in as mayor in January and will continue as the managing partner of the Manhattan-based Wildes & Weinberg.

Before the polls closed, Governor Phil Murphy toured Wildes & Weinberg’s Englewood office and stopped at several local businesses, including the newly rebuilt ShopRite.

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