With the general election just three months away, Mercer County officials gathered virtually to deliver remarks about the importance of the 2020 election.
The event on Aug. 8 was part of week of programming organized by Joint Effort Princeton Witherspoon-Jackson Safe Streets. Joint Effort Safe Streets organizes an annual summer program that celebrates the history of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood in Princeton and Black families.
In addition to remarks, a Candidates Forum was also held for Princeton Council and Board of Education candidates seeking support for the upcoming election.
Joint Effort Safe Streets Program Coordinator John Bailey said the Zoom conversation