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Ness Mail-In Votes Put Her over the Top in Tight Chatham Township Committee Race, Unseats Incumbent Sullivan

November 8, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - The blue wave that swept Democrats into office in Chatham Borough also washed over the race in Chatham Township.

Democrat challenger Tracy Ness has unseated Republican incumbent Kevin Sullivan, according to mail-in ballots tallied by the county on Wednesday.

"This has been a two-year journey made possible by the help of many people and I am very grateful for the support ...

Dempsey & Mathiasen Ride Blue Wave to Win Seats on Chatham Borough Council; Sullivan-Ness Race Too Close to Call

CHATHAM, NJ - Democrats Carolyn Dempsey and Jocelyn Mathiasen rode a blue wave in Chatham Borough to earn seats on the Borough of Chatham Council, ousting Republican incumbents Len Resto and Peter Hoffman on Tuesday.

In the race for the Chatham Township Committee seat, Republican incumbent Kevin Sullivan holds a slight lead with 2,271 votes over Democratic challenger Tracy Ness, ...

Clark, Kenney, Ciccarelli Set to Re-Up for Three-Year Terms on the Chatham Board of Education

CHATHAM, NJ - Michelle Clark, Lata Kenney and Ann Ciccarelli will earn new three-year terms on the Chatham Board of Education Tuesday. It is guaranteed since all three are running unopposed for their BOE positions.

Clark was appointed to fill an open position and then won election to her post representing Chatham Township. This is her third time on the ballot. Kenney is set to gain her ...

Political Signs Vandalized on Chatham Borough Resident's Property

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham resident Dan Hilsenrath reported vandalism to political signs on his lawn to the Chatham Borough Police on Monday, providing a video of the incident to investigators.

Hilsenrath said that a male adult can be seen on video pulling political signs in support of Republican Senate candidate Bob Hugin and Republican Congressional candidate Jay Webber out of the front lawn ...

Chatham Borough Polling Sites for Nov. 6, 2018 Election

Chatham Borough has announced its polling places for the Nov. 6, 2018, election.

Residents will be voting at the Chatham Middle School, Chatham United Methodist Church, Lum Avenue School, Washington Avenue School and the Chatham Borough Fire House.




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Tracy Ness Candidate Statement for Chatham Township Committee: Out of touch

November 3, 2018


I just returned from a long day of meeting with residents to find my opponents Max the Tax video and mailer. Once again Kevin is out of touch with our community and took my comment out of context.

My comment was made at a school budget meeting where we were facing the loss of three elementary school teachers, not funding high school teachers in Math and Science, a Supervisor in ...

A Post-Election Thank You to Chatham

November 10, 2018

To the Editor:

Thank you, Chatham. Thank you!! After declaring my candidacy for Borough Council this past April, it is hard to believe the Election Day we were working toward is now behind us. Jocelyn and I are thrilled, and humbled, to have received this vote of confidence from you: our neighbors.

One goal of mine, when I decided to run, was to bring broader representation to our Borough ...