Cicilline elected president of Dem mayors' group

from the NCDM:

PROVIDENCE – Mayor David N. Cicilline has been elected president of the National Conference of Democratic Mayors (NCDM). NCDM provides a forum for Democratic mayors to develop, recommend and promote public policies in support of America’s cities.  


“It is truly an honor to be elected to lead the nation’s Democratic mayors at such a critical time in our history,” said Mayor Cicilline. “As we prepare to elect the next President of the United States, it’s important that candidates focus on the issues impacting America’s families such healthcare, education, energy and jobs.  I pledge to work harder than ever in partnership with other mayors and Congressional leaders to advance the priorities of America’s cities.”


Mayor Cicilline was recommended for the leadership position by the members of the NCDM nominating committee: Stamford, Connecticut Mayor Dannel P. Malloy; Oakland, California Mayor Ron Dellums; and Tulsa, Oklahoma Mayor Kathy Taylor. He was elected to the post by mayors from throughout the country.  Mayor Cicilline, who has held the position of vice president of the organization for the past year, succeeds former NCDM President Shirley Franklin, the Mayor of Atlanta.

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