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Chatham Democrats Set Public Meeting at the Chatham Library, Tuesday, July 18

Chatham Democrats at the Chatham Fourth of July Parade Credits: Chatham Democrats

The Chatham Democrats will hold a public meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 18th in the Lundt meeting room downstairs at the Library of the Chathams, 214 Main St. Chatham. All are welcome to attend and bring friends. Voters can meet and speak to candidates and learn how to help.

Guest Speaker will be Mayor Keith Kazmark of Woodland Park. Mayor Kazmark is a possible candidate for the 11th Congressional District in 2018. Keith has served three terms on the Woodland Park Council and is now serving his second term as Mayor. During his tenure he has stabilized taxes, invested in open space and recreational facilities and has streamlined Municipal government.

Other guests include Dr. Rozella Clyde of Chatham, who is the Democratic candidate for Morris County Freeholder in 2017. Stacey Ewald and Tracey Ness Democratic candidates for Chatham Township Committee 2017. Thad Kobylarz and Jonathan Wilcox Democratic candidates for Chatham Borough Council.

For more info email or check our facebook page at Security Check Required ChathamNJDemocrats. Hosted by the Chatham Township Democratic Committee and the Chatham Borough Democratic Committee.

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