Candidate Statements

October 29, 2018

I live in Flemington for my family. It is a place where my two young daughters will flourish. Here in Flemington we have committed residents and business owners who have a variety of wonderful talents and passionate interests - all who want Flemington to succeed. We have a rich history full of ...

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Raritan Township, NJ - Dominick Puzio and Sharon Winnick, candidates for Raritan Township Committee call on their opponents, Jeff Kuhl and Karen Gilbert to stop misleading Raritan Township voters. In a piece recently mailed to voters in the township, Kuhl and Gilbert attempted to use guilt by ...

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One year ago when I was campaigning for Flemington Borough Council, becoming Mayor was the furthest thing from my mind. In fact, it never even crossed my mind. In one year on Council, I have worked with my colleagues across the aisle to represent the residents, not a developer and other outside ...

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FLEMINGTON COUNCILPERSON BETSY DRIVER  DENOUNCES APPROVAL OF DEVELOPER FINANCIAL AGREEMENT FLEMINGTON, NJ (Oct. 10, 2018)—Flemington Councilperson Betsy Driver has issued the following statement denouncing the Borough Council’s approval Tuesday night of a financial agreement with the ...

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My name is Sharon Winnick and I am running for Raritan Township Committee. My family and I have lived in Raritan Township for 22 years. I am an educator and a para-professional in the area of special education in the Delaware Valley School District. I have worked in the community by supporting ...

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My name is Dominick Puzio and I am running for the Raritan Township Committee. My family and I have lived in Hunterdon County for the past 13 years, eight in Lambertville and five in Raritan Township. I am currently employed as a law enforcement officer for the State of New Jersey. I have served ...

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Government today has become crowded with career politicians that more often than not tell us one thing during an election cycle only to do another when in office. This familiar story is in part responsible for much of the political indifference and apathy experienced across the nation. But our ...

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Readington Township - As the township patiently awaits the closing scheduled in October for the UNICOM Corporation purchase of the Merck campus on Route 22, Readington Township Committee Candidates Denise Esakoff and Elizabeth Fiore address how they would approach the impending purchase. Our ...

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As many local residents are aware, if the Courthouse Square Redevelopment project proceeds as planned it will replace several historic buildings on Flemington’s Main Street with a modern urban development complex.  One ongoing question concerning this project is ‘who’s moving in?’ In an effort to ...

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