Who's Running For Clark Town Council in This Year's Elections?


CLARK, NJ – A full slate of Democratic challengers have filed petitions to run in the 2018 Primary Election.   These individuals are seeking a four-year term on the Clark Town Council against incumbent Republicans in the first, second, third and fourth wards.

Monday was the last day for Democratic and Republican candidates who wish to run in the June 5 primary election to file a petition. Other candidates could still be announced, as independent candidates have until June 5 to file a petition.

The following candidates will be running in the June Primary:

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Democratic Council Candidates:

First Ward                   Nancy L. Sheridan
Second Ward              Nancy K. Yewaisis
Third Ward                 Patrick E. Murphy
Fourth Ward               David J. Hessler

Republican Council Candidates:

First Ward                   Frank G. Mazzarella
Second Ward              Patrick O’Connor
Third Ward                 Steven Hund
Fourth Ward               Brian P. Toal

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