Elections

November 28, 2018

To the Editor, I am honored and excited to be elected to the Hillsborough Township Committee.  It was an amazing experience to go door to door with my running mate Jeffrey Wright to meet and talk to so many people here in town. I got to know resident’s concerns, their hopes and their dreams ...

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Editor, I would like to take a moment to say thank you to the residents of Hillsborough for my election to the Hillsborough Township Committee. I also hope that I will earn the respect and support of those who did not vote for me. My charge is to always put Hillsborough first. As a person ...

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  To the Residents of Warren Township,   We want to thank the voters of Warren Township for the overwhelming support we received in the November 6th general election.  This would not have been achievable without the hard work of our families, many friends and supporters as well as the ...

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To the Editor: Thank you, Chatham. Thank you!! After declaring my candidacy for Borough Council this past April, it is hard to believe the Election Day we were working toward is now behind us. Jocelyn and I are thrilled, and humbled, to have received this vote of confidence from you: our ...

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Montclair, NJ - “We are thrilled to congratulate Mikie Sherrill on her impressive win! “Throughout her campaign, Mikie Sherrill has displayed the transparency, responsiveness, and accountability we demand from all of our elected representatives. After 24 years of being underrepresented, after ...

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To the Editor: Dear Chatham Township Neighbors and Friends, I want to thank everyone who supported me not only in this campaign, but over the past six years. Your sentiments and well wishes have been wonderful and heartfelt and I greatly appreciate it. One of the pleasures of having served ...

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Dear Nutley Staff, Parents and Community, Thank you. Almost two years ago, the Board of Education and district  administration began our journey to present the community with our  best long-term solution to the overcrowding in our schools. We believed that this referendum would not only ...

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Dear Editor: Last evening, I phoned both Carolyn Dempsey and Jocelyn Mathiasen to offer them my congratulations on their hard-earned victory. They were both extremely gracious in accepting my call. I offered them every bit of assistance I could provide to help ensure a smooth transition. It is ...

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - “We are thrilled to congratulate Mikie Sherrill on her impressive win! “Throughout her campaign, Mikie Sherrill has displayed the transparency, responsiveness, and accountability we demand from all of our elected representatives. After 24 years of being underrepresented, after ...

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Opinion Piece by Assemblywoman Britnee N. Timberlake  What’s on the line? This election is not about who has the best commercials, the worst accusations, or the most money. This election is about protecting the interest of the families I represent each day. Those interests are health care for ...

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Dear TAPinto Nutley Editor, As with any election, choosing the best candidate can be challenging due to the amount of misinformation the public is exposed to daily. This is especially true as we depend on the accuracy of the internet to supply all the facts and figures needed to make these ...

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Dear Editor, I am writing to endorse Annemarie Maini and Javier Farfan for the South Orange-Maplewood Board of Education. For the past 10 months, I have had the pleasure of serving on the Board with Annemarie Maini, and in the last few months have had the opportunity to get to know Javier ...

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Dear Neighbors, Three years ago, I endorsed Annemarie Maini for the Board of Education because—having worked with her for several years on Presidents’ Council—I knew that she was, even among a group of other smart, deeply committed, and engaged parent volunteers, unique: the one who always went ...

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Opinion Piece by Assemblywoman Britnee N. Timberlake  What’s on the line? This election is not about who has the best commercials, the worst accusations, or the most money. This election is about protecting the interest of the families I represent each day. Those interests are health care for ...

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As a longtime Nutley resident and active volunteer in our community and schools, my roots and commitment to our town run deep. After careful consideration of the candidates for Board of Education, I unequivocally support Sal Balsamo, Ryan Kline, and Debbie Russo...4, 5, and 6 on the ballot...for ...

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As Tuesday’s election rapidly approaches, I encourage all residents to conduct their own independent assessment of the candidates’ experience and to get familiar with the issues facing our Township.  I am disheartened by a lot of the misinformation floating around via mailers and otherwise, and I ...

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There is a common theme that has emerged during the race for New Providence Borough Council.  Many of you have written endorsements to describe your personal experience with Pete DeSarno and Matt Cumiskey.  The common thread of these endorsements describe Pete and Matt’s commitment to New ...

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Vote the person not the party. In this coming election, New Providence has a choice of four candidates vying for two vacant Borough Council seats. While it would be easy for many residents to continue to vote their respective party lines, the right choice is choosing the best qualified ...

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To the Editor: Dear Chatham Township, As a longtime friend of Kevin Sullivan, I want to send my personal endorsement for his re-election campaign. Kevin and I were classmates and roommates at The Pennsylvania State University. Kevin went on to adventurous challenges in the United States ...

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Nutley Friends and Neighbors: I hope you will join me in supporting my friends Sal Balsamo (4), Ryan Kline (5) and Debbie Russo (6), for re-election to the Nutley Board of Education. I feel they are the best candidates for the position, I have found them to be tireless volunteers; always ...

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To the Editor I have lived in Berkeley Hts. approximately 42 years.  My husband and I have raised our four sons here.  We have volunteered in various capacities for many of those years, but not so much lately (since the boys all graduated!).  Currently, I expend most of my volunteer hours at ...

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I have served on the Berkeley Heights Town Council for 7 years now and currently as its President. This town has changed a great deal for the better over that time period and there is a lot more positive change in the works.  Just look at the transformation that is happening in our downtown, ...

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Dear Fellow New Providence Residents,  As election day approaches, I’d like to share my thoughts on the candidates for Board of Education.  First, I am generally disinclined to criticize the Board of Education. I have been a New Providence resident since 2004 and my now high school-aged ...

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I am a Democrat and I am supporting Column B- Woodruff, D’Aquila and Greco.   This is primarily to do with the inexperience and possible outside influences I know will occur if others are elected. Let me make something clear as I have been asked a few times to run for Township positions but ...

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Dear Editor: I have known Len Resto for 20 years through our mutual interest in transportation issues. He has been tireless in his efforts to improve rail service between Chatham and both New York and Hoboken. He has also been a strong supporter of making sure not only that there is good PATH ...

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To the Editor: Dear Chatham Township Residents and Friends: On November 6th, 2018, you will head to the polls to select the best candidate to serve as our representative on the Chatham Township Committee. I am writing today to ask you to join me in voting for Kevin Sullivan. Kevin has been ...

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To the Editor: If you are voting for Bob Menendez you need to take a serious look into your conscience.  His actions go beyond politics and go right to the heart of right and wrong, good and bad. There is no gray area on this matter, there is no “well...” or “but...”  This man is corrupt and ...

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Dear Editor, With election day approaching, we wanted to reach out and share the Nutley Board of Education’s perspective on the referendum and proposed construction projects at four district schools: Yantacaw, Washington, John H. Walker Middle School and Nutley High School. There seems to be a ...

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Dear Editor Senator Bob Menendez deserves to be reelected on November 6th. Senator Menendez is our only hope to defend hard working New Jersey families from the horrible policies and politics of President Donald Trump. It is clear that Donald Trump is “Divider in Chief” and he intends on ...

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To the Editor: I am very excited on Tuesday to vote for Carolyn Dempsey and Jocelyn Mathiasen. Not only will they bring needed balance to a council that historically, and even today, is overwhelmingly male, they have wonderful ideas and the time and energy to get them done. Carolyn wants ...

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