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Brian Toal - Republican Candidate for Fourth Ward Councilman (Incumbent)

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Brian Toal is the Republican candidate for Fouth Ward Councilman Credits: Brian Toal
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I have called Clark, NJ my home all of my life. I am proud to serve as your Fourth Ward Councilman.
 
During my term of office, I have always strived to follow the principles of commitment, communication and compromise when dealing with Township issues in an effort that we may always keep our hometown a clean, safe, green and historic community!
As a member of the Bonaccorso Team, I have served on the Legislative Committee, Environmental Commission, Pool Committee, Public Works Committee and Social Services Committee. We have controlled local taxes, increased services and facilities for residents, and restored overall pride and dignity in Clark Township.
 
In order to continue our high standing state and national recognition, I seek your support to continue to make Clark an even better place to live, work and raise a family!
 
I ask for your support on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2014!

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