2) Jeanette Alvarez
As a devoted single mother of three beautiful children, Jeanette Alvarez is no stranger to fighting for Camden City families. For years, she has worked alongside Camden community leaders to help Camden residents address issues of immigration, social security, veterans’ affairs and services, housing, nutrition, and education.
Jeanette sits on the board of St. Joseph’s Carpentry Society in addition to working with Backpack of Dreams, a non-profit organization that focuses on providing school supplies to underprivileged children in countries such as the Dominican Republic which she recently visited and helped deliver over 1,000 books to 15 schools throughout the country.
Currently, Jeanette serves as an Aide to Camden County Commissioners Melinda H. Kane and Al Dyer.
3) Cameron Hudson
Cameron Hudson is a former substitute teacher with experience teaching in the Bridgeton and Camden City public school district with a passion for learning and education. As a Legislative Aide in the Fifth Legislative District Office, Cameron supervised the district's internship program for high school and college students. The program gave Cameron the opportunity to teach students from 19 towns, including Camden City.
A product of Rowan University’s Educational Opportunity Fund program, Hudson earned his bachelor’s degree in political science with a concentration in Africana Studies, and two co-curricular certificates in Leadership Training, and Leadership Application and Organizational Effectiveness. While attending Rowan, Hudson mentored incoming freshmen and high school students as a member of the Dr. Harley E. Flack Mentoring Program. As founder of the Students United for Mentorship and Service, he also created opportunities for students to learn life skills and participate in community service.
4) N'Namdee Nelson
N’Namdee Nelson, who was born & raised in Camden City, is a community & education advocate with years of experience mentoring Camden’s youth through various city-based organizations.
Nelson is the founder and Executive Director of Rising Leaders Global, a community-based not for profit that provides a wide spectrum of services to disadvantaged, at-risk Camden youth and serves as the Adolescent Residential Service Director with Legacy Treatment Services, an agency that provides professional and personalized mental health treatment plans to at-risk youth, adults, and families throughout South Jersey.
Nelson earned a bachelor’s degree in Business & Communications from Ursinus College and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Rutgers University. Currently, he sits on the Camden City School District Advisory Board
When you receive your mail in ballot, follow the instructions and vote for the Column 1 Vic Carstarphen Team and the Education for Everyone team for school board in position 2, 3, & 4 on the right side of your ballot.
In addition to mailing your ballot, safe and secure ballot drop boxes will be located at...
County Administration Building - 600 Market St.
Pantry 1 Food Mart - 1310 Collings Rd
Virtua Emergency Department - 1000 Atlantic Ave
Kroc Center - 1865 Harrison Avenue
This year you will have the opportunity to vote early in person.
Early voting will take place October 23, 2021 to October 31, 2021
Monday-Saturday: 10AM – 8 PM
Sunday: 10AM – 6PM
Location: Rowan University, 129 N. Broadway, Camden
Parking at PNC Bank and street parking available