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Swartz Endorses Sullivan for Re-Election

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To The Editor,

I am proud to support the Re-Election of Mayor Kevin Sullivan to Chatham Township Committee this November.

Like me, and frankly like you, Kevin has worked hard to raise a family, to find time to coach youth sports, to keep tabs on his kids’ education and to volunteer in our Township, the things we all strive to do to ensure that this community remains as strong as the day each of us moved in.

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I have served alongside Mayor Sullivan on the Township Committee during this past year and have found him to be nothing short of the fiscally conservative, thoughtful and concerned leader we in Chatham Township deserve.

It cannot be said enough that Mayor Sullivan is committed to the prudent spending of our hard-earned tax dollars. In these days where costs all around us continue to rise, often indiscriminately and with little regard for where the money is coming from, we rest assured that as Committee Member and Mayor, Kevin Sullivan has consistently sided with the tax-payer analyzing expenditures, in his own words: “What is the need, at what cost and what are the alternatives.”

Mayor Kevin Sullivan is a gracious and unifying force in Chatham Township.  He is committed to promoting our future while honoring our rich past, our tradition of volunteerism and community pride. During his tenure on our Committee he has successfully bridged the gap between our long-time residents, our seniors, and our new families just starting out, facing challenges and concerns all their own.

We are lucky to have a proven leader like Kevin Sullivan serving our Township.  I urge you to cast your vote for him on November 3rd. 

I will be. 

Respectfully,

Karen M. Swartz

2 Yarmouth Road

Chatham Township

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