BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — Petitions were filed earlier this week by candidates running in the June 6 primary election for open seats on both the Belmar and Lake Como’s borough councils.
For the three-year seat on the Belmar council, Democrat incumbent Thomas Brennan filed a nomination and Josh Vallario, who lost a council bid last fall, is running again as the Republican candidate.
In Lake Como, Democrat incumbents Kevin Higgins and John Carvelli submitted petitions for another three-year term each, and Christopher D’Antuono, who was appointed to a council post vacated by Michael Noonan in January, is vying for that unexpired one-year term.
Independent candidates have until June 6 to file a petition to run in the November 7 general election.
Below are the filings for the N.J. Senate and General Assembly for the 30th Legislative District, which is comprised of all Ocean County municipalities and 14 municipalities in Monmouth County, including Belmar and Lake Como:
Senate – Amy Cores, Democrat; and incumbent Robert Singer, Republican.
General Assembly – Eliot Colon, Democrat; Kevin Scott, Democrat; incumbent Sean Kean, Republican; and incumbent David Rible, Republican.