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TAPinto Nutley Announces Election Policies for Candidates

April 16, 2018

Candidate Statements: 

For the primary election, statements can be submitted from March 1 through the week before Election Day. Candidates can submit a maximum of one candidate statement per week (including photos).  For the general election, statements can be submitted from Labor Day up through the week before Election Day.  Publication of candidate statements is at ...

Nutley Democratic Club to Host Forum featuring Mikie Sherrill at Grace Episcopal Church

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Democratic Club will host a forum on April 18 featuring CD-11 Candidate Mikie Sherrill at Grace Church.

Sherrill will be joined by Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr., State Assemblyman Ralph R. Caputo, and State Senator Ronald Rice. 

Doors to this event open at 6:30 p.m. Speakers will begin at 7:00 p.m. 

Grace Church is ...

Crucial Dates to Know for 2018 Primary and General Elections

NUTLEY, NJ — With the primary election coming up on June 5 and the general midterm election on Nov. 6, residents of the NJ-11 Congressional District—which includes the Essex County municipalities of Bloomfield, Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Livingston, Montclair, North Caldwell, Nutley, Roseland, Verona, West Caldwell and West Orange—are urged to take ...

Hillary tell Rutgers crowd she remains optimistic

PISCATAWAY – Despite a narrow a bid to become President of the country, and seeing all the deep divides in government and the nation in the past year, Hillary Rodham Clinton remains optimistic that many pressing issues will encourage more people to participate in public policy and upcoming elections.

Speaking before more than 5,000 people at Rutgers University on ...

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Letter to the Editor: Don't Complain. Vote!

April 12, 2018

Don’t Complain; Vote!

It’s no secret that people have strong feelings about what’s happening in our country. It’s also true that much of politics is local. In November, NJ-11th District residents will have the opportunity to choose a new congressional representative who will not only serve as a critical check on the federal level, but also determine how our distract ...