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Berkeley Heights GOP Voters Choose Woodruff, D’Aquila and Greco; Dems - Devanney, Yellin and Medeiros

June 5, 2018

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – And the winners of the contested Republican primary for Mayor and Council are: Robert Woodruff,  Michael D’Aquila and Michelle Greco, according to the unofficial results published on the Union County website.

In the race for the Republican Party’s nomination for mayor, Woodruff garnered 930 votes, out polling Edmund Tom Maciejewski who received 602 ...

Berkeley Heights Republican Primary Voters Will Choose Candidates for Mayor, Council on Tuesday, June 5

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Voters will go to the polls to vote in the primary election on Tuesday, June 5, to choose candidates to run in the general election in November.  The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Of particular interest to voters in Berkeley Heights are the contested Republican races for Mayor and two three-year seats on the township council.

Seeking the ...

Councilwoman Rebecca Williams is Plainfield Nominee for Freeholder Seat

PLAINFIELD, NJ - The three-person panel selected by Democratic City Committee Chairman Adrian O. Mapp to pick a Plainfield nominee for an open freeholder seat submitted its recommendation over the holiday weekend.

Linda Carter had previously held the freeholder position until she took on the role as Assemblywoman earlier this month.

MORE:  Plainfield's Linda Carter Sworn in as ...

Union County Clerk Extends Office Hours, June 2nd for Primary Election Voters Using Mail-In Ballots

ELIZABETH, NJ - Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi announces that her Main Office in Elizabeth will be open for special hours on Saturday, June 2, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for voters seeking last-minute mail-in ballots. Ms. Rajoppi’s Annex Office in Westfield will also be open for ballots on June 2 for its regular Saturday hours of 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

“Any voter can use a ...

Mayor Swears in Michelle Greco to Fill Unexpired Term of Councilman Craig Pastore

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Michelle Greco was sworn into office by Mayor Bob Woodruff at Tuesday's Berkeley Heights Township Council Meeting. Greco fills the unexpired seat of Councilman Craig Pastore who stepped down due to his recent move outside of Berkeley Heights. 

The Republican Municipal Committee provided the council with a list of three possible candidates for ...

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Angie, Yellin & Medeiros Kick Off With a Campaign Pledge

June 12, 2018

Candidates on the Democratic ticket for Berkeley Heights Mayor and Town Council on Wednesday issued a joint statement setting the tone for their 2018 campaign, and pledged to run a fair campaign strictly on the issues. Stressing that our sense of community and respect towards everyone needs to be a priority in any local campaign, the candidates and their supporters vow to not engage in hurtful or ...

Woodruff, D’Aquila and Greco: Thank You for Your Support

June 7, 2018

Dear Editor,

We would like to thank the residents of Berkeley Heights for their strong support in the Republican Primary.  We are grateful for the broad base of support from Republican and Unaffiliated voters, as well as many Democrats throughout our campaign. 

Together we continue to make Berkeley Heights a great place to live and work.  Our dedicated Township employees ...