Mack opponents target re-election policy after failed recall bid

TRENTON - Months after a failed attempt to recall Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, former members of the recall effort are moving their target to changing how often the city's leadership is re-elected.

At a recent council meeting, the members announced they would begin collecting signatures on a petition in favor of staggering council and mayoral elections.

The group says the change would prevent a complete turnover during any one election cycle. They also want to move city elections to November in order to improve voter turnout.

The group has until Aug. 15 to collect 1,200 signatures. Council meeting yields questions after Trenton City Hall raid

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