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Madison Republican Picnic: “Come Out and Meet Our Candidates and Party Leaders”

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Council candidate Pat Rowe (L), Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen (C) and Councilman Rob Catalanello (R) will be some of the featured guests at the annual Republican Picnic, which will be held on Sunday, September 22, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 272 Woodland Rd.  All members of the Madison community are invited to come out and meet our local, county, state and federal Republican officials, and to help elect the Catalanello-Rowe team on November 5.
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The Madison Republican committee is proud to announce that its annual Fall Picnic will be held on Sunday, September 22, from 2:00pmm to 4:00pm at Councilman Rob Catalanello’s home at 272 Woodland Road.  All members of the Madison community are invited to come out and meet our local, county, state and federal Republican officials, and to help elect the Catalanello-Rowe team.

 Council candidates Rob Catalanello and Pat Rowe will be joined by invited guests Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, state Senate minority leader Thomas Kean, Assembly minority leader John Bramnick, the District 27 legislative campaign team, Sherriff Ed Rochford, and the Morris County Freeholders to kick-off the fall campaign.

 “A donation of $10 per family is suggested,” said Madison Republican Committee Chairman Paul Daly. Payment can be made by check or cash at the door.  Checks should be made out to ‘The Madison Republican Committee’.”

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 “We expect many of the area’s most prominent Republicans to be in attendance.  Please stop by to meet our local council team as well as our congressional representative, the Republican leaders in the legislature, the sheriff and our county freeholder team.”

The Catalanello-Rowe team also encourage all to follow them on Facebook this fall - facebook.com/CatalanelloRowe4Council

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