TRENTON, NJ — Mayoral candidate Walker Worthy Jr. received an endorsement from John E. Harmon Sr., a former Trenton mayoral candidate on Tuesday.
“Walker has proven administrative and management skills, as demonstrated in his capacity as Mercer County Deputy Clerk for 11 years,” said Harmon. “I believe Walker has the attitude to identify and assemble the best talent in his administration to lead Trenton forward.”
Harmon’s endorsement comes a day after Worthy received the endorsement of the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters. He has also received the endorsement of County Executive Brian Hughes, Former Mercer County Executive Bob Prunetti, Sheriff Jack Kemler, Freeholders Anthony Verrelli, Ann Cannon and Pat Colavita Jr., Former Freeholder Keith Hamilton, County Clerk Paula Sollami Covello, Former Trenton Mayor Douglas Palmer, and Former Councilman Manny Segura.
“I am honored to receive this endorsement from Mr. Harmon, who has fought for years to help African American business owners. For Trenton to thrive, we need our elected officials working side by side with smart business people who are passionate about empowering the people in their community,” said Worthy. “I appreciate the support of a person who is entrenched in the community and deeply loves Trenton.”