Born in Gotham City, Albert Jones is a career politician. His father was a judge in the Circuit Court of Gotham City, one of the largest unified court systems in the United States. His mother, also a lawyer, worked a mediator for Mayer, Ingram, Rogers, overseeing a number of successful mediation actions. Raised in this environment, it was expected that Albert would follow in his family's footsteps and obtain a law degree, which he did. Shortly after his graduation, he worked as a law clerk for his father. While it was thought that he would eventually go into litigation, Albert decided to run for Alderman of one of Gotham's districts. Winning the election, he turned his attention to politics, slowly working up the ladder, until he was Deputy Mayor of Gotham City.
When his predecessor opted not to stand for reelection, Albert ran in his place, and won the election by a close margin, in a contested election against Charles Nevins, of the Nevins family. Since then, Albert has been the Mayor of Gotham City, as there are no term limits. Due to the multiple decades that his predecessor was in his office, despite serving for some years, Albert is still sometimes referred to as a "new" mayor.
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