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What 2022 Sparta Township Council and Board of Education Candidates and Voters Need to Know

July 4, 2022

SPARTA, NJ – Residents interested in running for township council or board of education can begin campaigning for the November 8 election.

Sparta Township Council candidates can pick up petition packets from the Sparta Township Clerk Kate Chambers at the municipal building at 65 Main Street.  Candidates will need to get 150 signatures from Sparta residents who are registered to ...

Joseph Maceri Sworn in as New Cedar Grove Mayor

CEDAR GROVE, NJ -- Joseph Maceri took the oath to become the new mayor of Cedar Grove at the township's reorganization meeting on Friday, July 1.

Maceri has been a member of the Township Council since 2019. He succeeds Councilman Peter Tanella as mayor. Tanella just concluded serving his fifth term as Cedar Grove's mayor. He remains as one of the five members of the Township ...

Delia Hamlet Running for Summit Common Council Ward 1 Seat

SUMMIT, NJ - Delia Hamlet is running for election to the Summit Common Council, seeking to claim the Ward 1 seat currently held by Democrat Danny O'Sullivan. In announcing Hamlet's candidacy, the Summit Republican City Committee noted Hamlet was written-in on the June 7 Primary ballot.

A United State Army Veteran, Hamlet is currently a partner and Chief Operating Officer ...

North Salem Supervisor Endorses Faulkner for Congress

SOMERS, N.Y. - Somers Councilman William Faulkner announced last week that his campaign for Congress has been endorsed by North Salem Supervisor Warren Lucas.

The Republican hopeful is aiming to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, chair of the Democratic Congressional Committee (DCCC), in the newly reconfigured 17th CD. (Both Faulkner and Maloney ...

Rahway Republicans Hold 2022 Campaign Kickoff Sunday Evening

RAHWAY, NJ — This past Sunday evening, June 26, the Rahway Republicans brought together approximately 50 fellow Republicans and supporters, along with a number of candidates running in neighboring local and county elections, to Nancy's Townehouse in downtown Rahway. The occasion was what the Republicans called their 2022 Campaign Kickoff.

Patrick Cassio is ...

Supervisor Lucas Endorses Faulkner for Congress

NORTH SALEM, N.Y. - Somers Councilman William Faulkner announced last week that his campaign for Congress has been endorsed by North Salem Supervisor Warren Lucas.

The Republican hopeful is aiming to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, chair of the Democratic Congressional Committee (DCCC), in the newly reconfigured 17th CD. (Both Faulkner and Maloney ...

NY Voters Back Hochul and Zeldin in Gubernatorial Primary

Following statewide trends, Cattaraugus County voters chose Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul and Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin as their parties’ candidates for New York’s November gubernatorial election.

Unofficial results from the Cattaraugus County Board of Elections showed Hochul winning the nomination by a landslide among county voters with 75.4% of the vote. Rep. Thomas Suozzi was ...

Primary Voters Will Select Candidates for NY Governor

Democrats and Republicans will go to the polls Tuesday to select their parties' candidates for governor of New York.

The Democratic candidates are Gov. Kathy Hochul; Rep, Thomas Suozzi and New York City Public Advocate Jumaane D. Williams. 

On the Republican ballot, the candidates are former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino; Andrew ...

Faulkner Holds ‘Secure the Border’ Rally

SOMERS, N.Y. - Asserting that “every town is now a border town,” candidate for Congress William Faulkner demanded recently that the federal government move more aggressively toward thwarting illegal immigration.

Currently a Somers town councilman, the Republican-Conservative candidate hopes to challenge incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney in the newly drawn ...

Limited by State’s 2% Tax Cap, Westfield Schools Move to Public Vote on Budget

WESTFIELD, NJ — The Westfield Board of Education this week approved moving its elections to April to allow for a public vote on the budget, something that would permit the board to exceed New Jersey’s 2% property tax levy cap.

The move approved by a unanimous vote of the school board on Tuesday will return board elections to the third Tuesday in April and allow the board to approve ...

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