Edison Candidate Statements Series to Begin Monday, August 17

EDISON, NJ – Beginning Monday, August 17, TAP into Edison will publish a series of candidate statements for the Edison Board of Education and Township Council.

All candidates and local political party chair persons were notified and will submit statements to the TAP into Edison Editor no later than August 15.

Each council candidate will have their statement up for one week and Board of Education candidate will have their statement up for three days. As with any story published in TAP into Edison, all articles are always available even after they are published. The council candidates will run concurrently with the Board of Education candidates.

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TAP into Edison will run separate sections for the Board of Education, Republican and Democrat candidates under the Election section so readers will be able to find statements and other articles easily.

Following the candidate statement series, TAP into Edison will publish articles, press releases and letters to the editor for candidates, political parties and tickets under their respective section.

Readers are always welcome to submit letters to the editor or contribute content.

TAP into Edison is currently reaching over 70,000 readers a month and would like to thank all the candidates for participating in this year’s election series.

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