Rhue, Dryl, Stamato Chosen as Democratic Candidates in Bridgewater Primary Elections


BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater Democratic Committee has chosen Sandra Rhue, Rebecca Dryl and Howard Stamato to run for three open four-year terms on the Bridgewater Township Council in November's elections, according to a release from the committee.

According to the release, Rhue will use her project management, regulatory and finance skills to enhance the effectiveness of the budget and finance committees. In addition, the release said, her master's degree in computer science, Master of Business Administration and career experience will aid her success.

Rhue, the release said, has lived in Bridgewater since 1986, and has won awards for her work in community issues.

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Dryl has lived in Bridgewater her entire life, graduating from Bridgewater-Raritan High School, and earning a Bachelor of Science degree in political science with a concentration in city planning. Dryl, the release said, will use her expertise in process management and land use to improve the community.

Stamato, the release said, built technology teams and systems over his career with his masters of chemical engineering. 

In addition, the release said, Stamato has lived in Bridgewater since 1993, and has been active in organizing for students across the mid-Atlantic states in various STEM education programs.

Rhue, Dryl and Stamato are the official party candidates on the Democratic line for the June 6 primary elections.

Click here for information on the Republican candidates for the primaries.

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