Elections

Ewald, Maurer, Ritter File to Run for Chatham Township Committee

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Chatham Township Mayor Curt Ritter is running on the Republican ticket for re-election to the Chatham Township Committee
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Stacey Ewald is running on the Democrat ticket for a seat on the Chatham Township Committee
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Robert Gallop has decided not to run after serving three terms on the Chatham Township Committee Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - There will be three candidates running for two open seats on the Chatham Township Committee in November - Chatham Township Mayor Curt Ritter, John Maurer and Stacey Ewald.

Ritter is running for re-election to a second three-year term. Robert Gallop has decided not to run for a fourth term, opening up a second seat for the November election.

Ritter and Maurer are running as Republicans. Ewald is running as a Democrat.

Last November, Ewald challenged then-mayor Kevin Sullivan, who won re-election and is now the deputy mayor.

 

 

 

 

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