HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Mayor Frank DelCore has been endorsed by the Hillsborough Township Republican Organization in his bid for re-election to the Township Committee in the June primary.
“The organization is very excited to have Mayor DelCore once again run for township committee this year,” said Ken Scherer, GOP chair. “Frank DelCore has an outstanding record of leadership and service to Hillsborough and we are delighted that he is seeking re-election.”
He has served on the Township Committee since 2008 and been selected mayor five times by his colleagues on the Township Committee. He has been a member of the Hillsborough Planning Board for 14 years and has also served on the Hillsborough Economic and Business Development Commission, the Parks and Recreation Commission, the Hillsborough Millstone Municipal Alliance, the Hillsborough Youth Services Commission, the Hillsborough Veterans Committee and the Sustainable Hillsborough Committee.
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“I am very honored to be nominated by the Hillsborough Republican organization and I look forward to the challenge of the campaign. I am very proud of my record of fiscal responsibility, open space preservation, economic development and community service. Hillsborough is an amazing community and I welcome the opportunity to continue my record of service and of always putting the best interest of Hillsborough first,” DelCore said.
DelCore is employed as a Director at Nokia of America Corporation, serving as the North America Lead for the Real Estate organization. He has a Masters of Business Administration from Rutgers University, and a Bachelors of Arts in Communication, also from Rutgers University.
DelCore has lived in Hillsborough since 2000. He has been married to his wife, Renee for 26 years, and they have 2 children, Rebecca and Kristin.
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