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Middlesex GOP Candidate for Sheriff Peter Pisar, and Freeholder Candidates Joe Scillieri and Katie Calabrese Listened to the Voters on How to “Move Middlesex Forward!”

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Middlesex County Republican Candidate for Sheriff Peter Pisar (right) listens to a voter talk about reducing crime and drug addiction within the county. Credits: Middlesex GOP
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Joe Scillieri (left), one of three Middlesex County Republican candidates for Freeholder hands some literature to a gentleman following a conversation they had about taxes. Credits: Middlesex GOP
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Middlesex County Republican Freeholder Candidate Katie Calabrese (right), and a fairgoer, talk about the challenges facing Middlesex County, and the country. Credits: Middlesex GOP
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EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. – For nearly 80 years, it has been an annual Middlesex County late-summer rite of passage. Each year, the Middlesex County Fair receives about 85,000 visitors who learn about the county’s rich agricultural heritage, sample flavorful food, fly through the August air on carnival rides, and say hello to family, friends and neighbors – new and old.

 

Over the course of the one week fair, Middlesex County Republican Candidate for Sheriff Peter Pisar, and Middlesex County Republican Freeholder candidates Joe Scillieri and Katie Calabrese, spent a good deal of time at the fairgrounds. The candidates introduced themselves to the public, listened to their concerns, and discussed various ways to improve towns, local government and the lives of those who live and work in Middlesex County.

 

{Please check out the Middlesex County GOP candidates in this short video of their experiences at the fair: http://tiny.cc/ph4sdy)

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The topics of discussion between the Middlesex GOP candidates and fairgoers ranged from taxes to business development, crime to education, and from drug addiction to transparent government to improving the local economy.

 

For more information about the Middlesex County Republican Organization, or to learn more about the candidates, please visit: www.middlesexgop.net

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