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Aja Brown, Compton’s Youngest Mayor Wins Re-Election by a Landslide

Aja Brown just got re-elected to continue to serve the people of Compton.

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Four years ago, a city employee Aja Brown then 31 years became the youngest Compton mayor rewriting the city’s history. Although new to the world of politics, she managed to win the election by defeating 12 candidates.


Fast-forward to 2017, the “New Vision for Compton” rising political star has again won and succeeded in her re-election bid and apparently won the election by a landslide.The Compton, California youngest mayor has been re-elected for a second term in office to complete her vision for the city. She defeated Omar Bradley by garnering 60% of the votes cast to win the elections retaining her position as the city’s mayor. The young mayor managed to convince the voters to give her a second term for the completion of her 12-point Strategy Plan for the city.

The Compton, California youngest mayor has been re-elected for a second term in office to complete her vision for the city. She defeated Omar Bradley by garnering 60% of the votes cast to win the election retaining her position. The young mayor managed to convince the voters to give her a second term for the completion of her 12-point Strategy Plan for the city.

Brown’s 12-Point Strategic Plan that focused on making Compton safer with increased transparency in its activities and the beautification of the city has yielded some transformative changes. Brown has managed to deliver on her agenda for the city with the most notable ongoing project being the city’s reconstruction. The project is deemed to be the largest of all reconstruction projects in the city’s history, an indication of her dedication in transforming Compton which made her a favorite in the elections against her opposition.

“Our unemployment rate has dropped from 18.5 percent to 7 percent so we’re focusing on the last 7 percent to make sure Compton residents are involved in the beautiful restoration of our city,” Aja noted while addressing the press. Brown promised to make sure that she delivered on her promises to Compton and thanked the voters for her re-election. “Progress is a process and I’m humbled and honored that Compton voters chose to keep up the momentum and finish the work that we’ve started together,” she stated.

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