Mark Freda, Princeton NJ Mayor
“I am honored by the results of the election. It will be my privilege to work for all the residents of Princeton. Together, we will address the issues and challenges before us. We will be open and transparent in our decision-making processes and in our actions. All of us are the same team—the residents, the elected officials and the town staff—our goals should all be the same. I look forward to our future and all of us working together.”
“I want to thank my family for their support with my first step, the idea that I run for mayor, and then, their help and support throughout the campaign—my wife, Beth, and my daughter, Rebecca, my son, Alex, my mother-in-law, Hilary, my sisters, Maureen and Kathy, and various cousins, my niece, and my nephew.”
“I also want to express gratitude to two people that helped my campaign meet the challenges of communicating in this time of COVID-19. Thank you to my social media strategist, Allison Mueller, and my website team at HG Media, led by Ken Greenberg. Their help was truly invaluable.”
News & Updates
Christine Symington on the Princeton Podcast with Mayor Mark Freda
In episode 16 of the Princeton Podcast, Mayor Mark Freda caught up with Christine Symington, the Executive Director of Sustainable Princeton, a team of committed professionals working to make Princeton a model community of sustainability. CLICK HERE to listen to this...
Elizabeth Romanaux on the Princeton Podcast with Mayor Mark Freda
In episode 15 of the Princeton Podcast, Mayor Mark Freda, sat down with Elizabeth Romanaux, the Founder and Project Director of the new Princeton Einstein Museum of Science, currently in the process of funding and development. CLICK HERE to listen to this episode on...
Lisa Shelby on the Princeton Podcast with Mayor Mark Freda
In episode 14 of the Princeton Podcast, Mayor Mark Freda caught up with Lisa Shelby, the Executive Director of HiTOPS, a Princeton non-profit organization providing inclusive and youth-informed sex education and LGBTQ+ support for young people. CLICK HERE to listen to...