Candidate Statements

November 3, 2019

The team of Catalanello, Rowe & Dailey want to remind all voters that they are the only candidates who will address the growing, massive surplus that Madison has been amassing the past seven years.   Since 2012 the borough’s many surplus accounts have increased by over $7,000,000, or over ...

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 As you all know by now, my name is Heather Darling and I am running to be your next Morris County Surrogate. I am well aware of the duties and scope of the job of the Surrogate and I know that I have what it takes to bring the Surrogate’s office to a new level by increasing the accessibly and ...

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On October 27, 2019, Republican Candidate for Borough Council, Kathy Dailey, issued the following statement: My running-mate for Madison Borough Council, incumbent Councilman Pat Rowe, has been a consistent advocate for the taxpayers of Madison.  In fact, Pat is the only champion for Madison’s ...

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I was deeply concerned after seeing the advertisements published in the paper and the flyer that has been distributed regarding a “charity” fundraising campaign to buy some much need seating at our Senior Center.  Our seniors deserve our respect, not the lip service currently proffered by our ...

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It has been an honor and privilege to represent our community the past 15 years, first as a member of the Board of Education, and today as a member of the Borough Council. During this time I have consistently focused my attention on the things that I believed would make our community a better place ...

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I have a genuine passion for my chosen hometown of Madison, its people, and its future success. I would be honored to serve as one of the six decision makers who determine the future of our community, ensure its alignment with your values, and support the vision that you have for the future of your ...

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I was recently asked why my campaign literature says conservative principles – practical solutions, when the office I’m seeking, County Surrogate, is so non-political. A fair question! For those who do not know, the Surrogate is similar to a judge, but only for probate and wills, guardianships, ...

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In a prepared statement, candidate for Madison Borough Council, Planning Board member Rachel Ehrlich of Kings Road discusses her reasons for running, what she hopes to accomplish as a member of the council, and confirms her support for the current council’s fiscal policies. Ehrlich is running for a ...

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In a joint statement, mayoral candidate Rob Catalanello, Councilman Pat Rowe, and Borough Council candidate Kathy Dailey state that it is critical that the borough maintains a robust economy and a strong infrastructure while also promoting, enhancing, and preserving Madison’s community assets, ...

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Speaking at the annual picnic for the Madison Republican Committee, the team of Catalanello, Rowe and Dailey pointed to past involvement and shared their future vision for youth sports in Madison. Catalanello and Rowe were instrumental in making the turf-field project at the Madison Recreation ...

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In a joint announcement, Madison Mayor Bob Conley, Councilwoman Maureen Byrne and Planning Board member Rachel Ehrlich, announce the goals for their 2019 campaign. Conley and Byrne are running for reelection in 2019 and Ehrlich is running for her first term on the borough council. The candidates ...

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MADISON – In a joint prepared statement, Madison Mayor Bob Conley, Councilwoman Maureen Byrne, and Madison Planning Board member Rachel Ehrlich express their support for the borough’s affordable housing settlement with the Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC). Bob Conley and Maureen Byrne are running ...

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Republican Candidates: Adopt Policies that Promote Conservation Energy conservation is a hot topic. Nearly everywhere you go people talk about curbing energy consumption and reducing greenhouse gases. Nearly everywhere, that is, except here in Madison, where our borough government relies upon ...

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MADISON – In a joint prepared statement, Madison Mayor Bob Conley, Councilwoman Maureen Byrne and Madison Planning Board member Rachel Ehrlich express pride in Madison’s electric utility, considering it an important and valuable municipal asset. Conley and Byrne are running for reelection in 2019 ...

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I am running for Madison Borough Council because I want to represent our town’s residents and be their voice on council. I want to be one of the six decision makers who help guide the future of our community, better ensure its alignment with the values of its taxpayers, and support the vision that ...

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Councilman Pat Rowe: 30 Years in Madison! Next year my wife, Kim, and I will be celebrating our thirtieth anniversary of moving to Madison. We still consider it the best decision we ever made.  Living in this great community, where we raised our family, has been a wonderful experience, and it ...

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