Candidate Statements

May 24, 2018

The June 5th Primary has entered the home stretch.  For the first time in 8 weeks, there is no where I need to appear other than at the doorstep of a registered voter to ask for their support in the election booth. Since I decided to pursue the open Freeholder seat in March, I have been all ...

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Kathy Dailey and Mark Chiarolanza, Republican candidates for Madison Borough Council in 2018, have already started introducing themselves to Madison residents and finding out about the issues that matter to them.  The two candidates have stated that they are eager to meet with as many residents as ...

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Tomorrow marks the conclusion of Autism Awareness Month.  I hope at some point this month, you were reached by the awareness campaign of the Autism Society, the nation’s leading advocacy organization for Autism, and learned more about this pervasive developmental disability.  Autism affects more ...

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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 ...

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Longtime public servant Stephen H. Shaw announces his candidacy for the Morris County Freeholder Board today: “I am excited to have the opportunity to serve the people of Morris County in this most critically important role.”   “I am also humbled by the outpouring of support by the community for ...

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“The Smart, Conservative Choice for Morris County” Incumbent Cesaro and Mendham Borough resident, Aura Dunn will run together for the Republican Primary on June 5, 2018. Both candidates hold advanced degrees and have a combined 40 years in public service. Cesaro, with a law degree from ...

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In a joint statement, Councilwoman Astri Baillie of East Lane and former Board of Education member Debra Coen of Hoyt Street announce their plans to run as a team for election to the Madison Borough Council in 2018.  Councilman Ben Wolkowitz recently announced he will not be seeking re-election, ...

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