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Enthusiastic Support for Ewald

Dear Editor,

My husband and I have lived in Chatham Township for the past nine years. Like many others in town, we have been dissatisfied with the venom that has become the norm during local Republican Primaries. We feel that it is dysfunctional for a local government committee to be comprised of people who all act the same and frankly think the same.
This is why we are thrilled that Stacey Ewald is running for Township Committee. Stacey's initiative and successful track record heading up the Chatham Education Foundation, the Character Education Committee, and the Presidency of the PTO, should be an example to all. Stacey has the professional credentials, community spirit, intelligence and integrity required of the job.
Therefore, we enthusiastically support Stacey Ewald for Township Committee on November 3rd.

Joanne & Michael Rosenberg

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