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Mayor Carol Bianchi To Kick Off Campaign at 10 a.m. on April 23 at Basking Ridge Gazebo

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BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, NJ- The campaign of Mayor Carol Bianchi for Bernards Township Committee will commence with a Campaign Kick-off on Saturday, April 23, 10 a.m. at the Allen Street Gazebo in downtown Basking Ridge. 

Mayor Bianchi was unanimously endorsed for election by the Bernards Township Republican Municipal Committee. The Mayor said, “I have enjoyed serving the community for the past three years. I would be honored and will work hard to continue to serve a second term.”

This will mark the first of many events of the campaign and will provide an opportunity for Bernards Township residents to meet Deputy Mayor Gaziano and Committeeman Malay, as well as other Republican candidates for office. Other invited guests include Congressman Leonard Lance, Freeholder Pat Walsh, County Sheriff Frank Provenzano as well as our representatives from District-21: Senator Tom Kean, Jr., Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz and Assemblyman Jon Bramnick. 

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If elected, this will be the second term for Carol Bianchi.   

Jim Baldassare, Chair of the Campaign said: “Carol has experience and a solid track record of collaborative leadership, keeping our town fiscally sound and a wonderful place to live.  She deserves re-election and this Campaign Kick-Off is a great beginning for the 2016 campaign.”

All are most welcome to attend and meet Carol. 

Carol Bianchi For Bernards Township Committee

31 Berta Place

Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

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