Honorable Mayor Albert B Kelly

After serving as Council President on Bridgeton City Council in 2009, Mayor Kelly was elected to his first term in May of 2010 with 76% of the vote and assumed office on July 1st of that year as Bridgeton's first African-American Mayor. After an active and highly productive four years, Mayor Kelly hoped to continue as Bridgeton's mayor and ultimately ran unopposed winning a second term four-year term in November 2014.

In the private sector, Mayor Kelly is also the founder and CEO of Gateway Community Action Partnership, Inc; a non-profit social service organization serving over 56,000 low and moderate-income residents in the Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem tri-county area. With an annual budget of over $40 million, Gateway founded in 1984, employs over 450 people throughout South Jersey.