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Swartz: Republican Values, Proven and Principled Leadership


To the Editor:

I am voting for Karen Swartz. Having known Karen for several years, she is the only candidate for Chatham Township Committee who has served our community for over 26 years. Her commitment in serving is unsurpassed by any other candidate. Her record and integrity during her tenure in the community, as well as Karen’s time in office on the Chatham Township Committee, is impeccable and deserves to be rewarded with re-election.

Karen Swartz has continually shown good judgment, whether on fiscal issues, as keeping our municipal taxes from rising or, balancing the sometimes difficult task of serving the public with the proper needs in a fiscally responsible fashion, while having an open ear to the needs of the public.

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Common sense, principled governing without any personal agenda is how Karen Swartz will and has served. Heart, open-mindedness, solid good judgment is what Karen has consistently given our community.

I know that we can always count on Karen to do the right thing by our beloved Chatham Township. Her service will continue to keep our town as one of the most desirable places to live in New Jersey.

Be sure to vote for the best candidate for Chatham Township Committee, Karen Swartz.


Daniel Miller

Former Chairman, Chatham Township Republican Committee

Green Village Road, Chatham Township

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