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November 18, 2017

SUMMIT, NJ - Jill LaZare, who recently was defeated in her bid for New Jersey State Senate, was the guest speaker at The Fortnightly Club of Summit's November general meeting. LaZare shared her experience running for office in a lively nonpartisan discussion at Twin Maples' Clubhouse, explaining that many 'non-political people' decide to run for office ...

Poage and Kingsley Winners after Provisional Votes Counted

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Provisional ballots have been counted and …. the results remain the same as they were reported to be Tuesday night. Susan Poage came in first, incumbent Republican Jeanne Kingsley second, Democrat Alvaro Medeiros third, Republican John Sincaglia in fourth position and Libertarian Edmund "Tom" Maciejewski in fifth.

The margin between Kingsley and ...

Murphy convincingly wins NJ governor's campaign that began in Newark

The Rev. Ronald Slaughter, pastor of St. James AME Church in Newark, said it best for Democrats in the state's largest city, and around the state of New Jersey, as the winning vote totals rolled in for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy. 

"My prayers have been answered," said Slaughter on Tuesday night inside the Asbury Park Convention Hall as the crowd ...

Berkeley Heights: 8 Votes Separate Kingsley and Third Place Dem After Vote by Mail Ballots are Counted

 

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Results are still not final in the Berkeley Heights Council race.

When Union County Officials counted the Vote by Mail (VBM) ballots on Wednesday, the difference between second place and third place candidates shrunk to a mere eight votes, with provisional ballots still to be vetted and counted. Those numbers will be released on Thursday at 4 p.m. by ...

Poage and Kingsley Win Tight Race for Berkeley Heights Township Council

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – There will be a new face on the Township Council in January, if the unofficial result continues to hold.

Democrat Susan Poage, who was the top vote-getter with 1,867 votes, will join Incumbent Republican Jeanne Kingsley, who garnered 1,808 votes, at the council table.

There were five candidates competing for two three-year seats on the six-member Berkeley ...

Voters in Berkeley Heights Pick Poage, Kingsley for Council

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Susan Poage received the most votes for Council, 1,867, with Jeanne Kingsley coming in Second with 1,808. 

Alvaro Medeiros received 1,758, John Sincaglia 1,729 and Tom Maciejewski 780.

Check back for more detailed information on the races.

Know The Ballot, Cast Your Vote On Nov. 7

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Registered voters are reminded to review the ballot for the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 7.  Polling locations will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The names of candidates running in the General Election are posted at http://www.unioncountyvotes.com/whos-running/.

Visit the League of Women Voters http://www.vote411.org/ website for an online Voter's ...

Candidates Statements and Election Letter to the Editor Deadlines for TAPinto Berkeley Heights

REMINDER ON DEADLINES: Candidate Statements can be submitted directly to the TAPinto Berkeley Heights site until Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. and Letters to the Editor can be submitted directly to the site until Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - TAPinto Berkeley Heights invites all candidates in Berkeley Heights to submit statements and ...

Candidates Statements and Election Letter to the Editor Deadlines for TAPinto Berkeley Heights

REMINDER ON DEADLINES: Candidate Statements can be submitted directly to the TAPinto Berkeley Heights site until Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. and Letters to the Editor can be submitted directly to the site until Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - TAPinto Berkeley Heights invites all candidates in Berkeley Heights to submit statements and ...

View LWV Berkeley Heights Township Council Candidates Forum in its Entirety

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The League of Women Voters hosted a candidates forum between the five candidates for Berkeley Heights Township Council on Thursday, October 19 at Gov. Livingston High School. 

The five candidates running for two open seats for Berkeley Heights Township Council are incumbent Councilwoman Jeanne Kingsley (R), John Sincaglia (R), Susan Poage (D), ...

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Twenty-Five Influential Women Leaders in Politics and Business Endorse Technology and Finance Executive Linda Weber for Congress in New Jersey's Seventh District

November 9, 2017

Twenty-Five influential women leaders in politics and business today endorsed technology and finance executive Linda Weber for Congress in the Seventh District of New Jersey. Linda Weber, who launched her campaign on Mother’s Day on MSNBC, is a long-time Berkeley Heights resident who is most known for having built some of the nation’s first online banking platforms. Among those ...

Thank You for Supporting Honesty, Open Government and Respect for Taxpayers

November 15, 2017

To the editor:

Now that the 2017 election is over I would like to congratulate Susan Poage and Jeanne Kingsley in their win.    

I would also like to thank all of the people that helped out with the campaign and those that came out and voted for me or otherwise supported my candidacy. While we didn’t win, about one in five of the people who voted in Berkeley Heights ...