Democrats Set March 16 as Deadline to Seek Twp. Committee Candidate Endorsement

Bernards Township Democratic Committee Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos

BERNARDS TWP., NJ -- The Bernards Township Democratic Committee has put out a call-out to those interested in running for Bernards Township Committee. To be considered for endorsement as a Democratic candidate, residents are asked to submit interest in an online form by Friday, March 16.

Those with any questions or concerns should email the Bernards Township Democratic Committee at, or to visit or Facebook

The Democratic Committee also announced that due to last week's weather disruptions and continued snow in the forecast, the organization will not be holding an open meeting in March. The committee will meet in close session to endorse candidates, and an announcement will follow.


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