Bayonne Council President Nadrowski joins Mayor Davis’ re-election ticket

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Bayonne Council President Sharon Nadrowski is the first council member to formally announce they are a part of Mayor Jimmy Davis’ re-election ticket. 

Sharon Nadrowski

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“Bayonne’s renaissance would not be possible without the tremendous work Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski has done in the last three years supporting an agenda of responsible economic development that is stabilizing taxes and revitalizing our city,”  Davis said in a statement.

“I’m honored that Sharon will once again stand with me in this campaign and I am eager to continue working with her to move Bayonne forward.”

Nadrowski is an alumnus of St. Andrew’s Grammar School, Bayonne High School and New Jersey City University, where she obtained a degree in computer science.

She has been employed in the private sector as a Microsoft Database Engineer for over 20 years and is a former vice president and current member of the Irish American League, an active member of both the Bayonne Shamrock Society and the Bayonne St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, and also serves as the volunteer athletic director for All Saints Catholic Academy.

“Mayor Jimmy Davis has done more to turn our city around and make it a place where our families can be proud to call home than anyone in recent history,” added Nadrowski.

“We can’t allow the progress our city is making to be stopped and that’s why it’s so important for all Bayonne residents to come together and re-elect Mayor Davis and his team in May.”

Nadrowski and the rest of the current five-person council successfully ran with Davis in 2014, pulling off a clean sweep that knocked the Mayor Mark Smith administration out of office.

Meanwhile, mayoral challenger Jason O’Donnell has already rolled out his at-large council candidates: activist Melissa Enriquez-Rada and veteran educator Dan Ward.