Newark city council candidate’s home vandalized

Nadja Adolf called this morning and said that her home was vandalized while she and her husband were out earlier today. Nadja, one of three candidates for city council, said when she arrived home she noticed that someone had chucked eggs onto her porch while she was gone.

“This is so juvenile, it’s unbelievable,” she said.

Nadja called police when she realized what had happened, and they have documented the incident. A police commander said they will increase patrols near her home.

When asked why she thought someone might have thrown the eggs, Nadja pointed to the fact that she was running for council, is an environmentalist, does not like gangs and opposes Measure L, the city’s proposed utility tax.

Nadja is running against incumbents Ana Apodaca and Alan Nagy, all of whom appear on the Nov. 3 ballot.



  1. Anti-environment pro-tax gangbangers. Every town has their share.

  2. Regardless of why this was done, or whether it was related to Ms. Adolf’s political activities or positions, I am very sorry to hear that it happened. Vandalisim of any kind for any reason is unacceptable, and it must have been very disurbing for her and her family. I’m encouraged to hear that the PD is increasing patrols, and hope that will help.

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