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I totally Support Garwood Mayor Lombardo and His Team


A lot of people call me the “Voice of Garwood” because I usually have a lot to say. Those who know me know I only say things that I mean and that are truthful. I totally support our current mayor, Charles Lombardo, and his running mates, Jennyfer and Vincent, because I believe in them, and they are truthful. I would appreciate the people of Garwood coming together to re-elect Mayor Lombardo and his team so that they can continue the work he started, bringing this town forward. 

America is a great country. You can speak your mind and give your opinions. When you have lived as long as I have, you see a lot of changes around you, and most are for the better. Mayor Lombardo was a Garwood Councilman for 21 years before he became Mayor, and he has served under many Mayors, both Democrat and Republican, under many difficult circumstances. His experience and dedication to our town over the years speak for itself. He has lived in Garwood for more than 40 years and he has always taken a serious interest in its growth and progress. 

When Mayor Lombardo says he will do something, he does it. When you call him, he will get back to you with an answer or direct you to the people who can answer your specific question. Much of what he does is behind the scenes, and some people think nothing is being done, but that is very far from the truth. He doesn’t look for the glory, the headlines or to get his name in print. He just goes about his duties as mayor, always with the residents’ best interests in mind, because that is how he is. He is quiet, mature, and determined. Garwood always comes first with him, and it always will. 

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On June 5, I am respectfully asking that you join me in voting to re-elect Mayor Charles Lombardo and his team on Column B, so that he can continue the progress that was started under his leadership. 

Rosemary Snow


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