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Republicans Kathy Dailey, Mark Chiarolanza Announce Candidacy for Madison Borough Council in 2018 Election

Mark Chiarolanza and Kathy Dailey sign their petitions as Republican candidates for Madison borough council in 2018. Credits: Madison Republican Committee

Kathy Dailey and Mark Chiarolanza are proud to announce their candidacy for Madison, NJ Borough Council in 2018.

Dailey and Chiarolanza are dedicated Madison residents who recognize that local government requires participation from citizens in order to work effectively and be truly representative of the people. The two Republican candidates have pledged to meet with as many voters as possible over the next seven months until the November election, and to run a positive campaign. Their goal is to help make Madison a better place for all and restore harmony to the community.

Kathy Dailey said upon filing her petition, "I am humbled and flattered by the strong support and encouragement that Mark and I have received already from voters all over Madison. We have begun listening to their suggestions, and we have some thoughts of our own to share with voters as well. Mark and I believe that we will offer new solutions for some of Madison's perennial challenges, and we look forward to sharing our ideas with everyone in Madison on our campaign trail."

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"Madison is a special town”, say Mark Chiarolanza. “It is rich in history, accustomed to prosperity, and mindful of progress. There are challenges ahead for Madison that will need to be addressed with acute sensibility and focused practicality. Kathy and I have a vision of Madison where problems are addressed and solved with the interests of all residents in mind. We look forward to listening to what matters to Madisonians during this upcoming campaign, and implementing many successful solutions in the years after," Mark said.

Both Kathy Dailey and Mark Chiarolanza have a wealth of experiences in their private and public lives.

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