Parsippany's Ann Grossi Officially Launches Her Re-Election Campaign for County Clerk

County Clerk Ann Grossi Credits: tapinto parsippany
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Chatham Resident and Political Activist Joe Ali Credits: tapinto parsippany
East Hanover Political Leader Bob Jocher Credits: tapinto parsippany
Sheriff Jim Gannon Credits: tapinto parsippany
Mayor Guy Piserchia of Long Hill and Assemblyman Jay Webber Credits: tapinto parsippany
Chatham Committeeman Mike Kelly Credits: tapinto parsippany
Former Assemblyman Dick Kamin and Greg Stewart Credits: tapinto parsippany
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Boonton Republican Club President Marie Fragomeni Credits: tapinto parsippany
Young Republican Leaders - Sydney Ugalde (Chair) and Ken Schwemmer Credits: tapinto parsippany
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MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Over 100 people packed the VFW Hall on Tabor Road this evening to show their support for the re-election campaign of Parsippany resident and County Clerk Ann Grossi.  A crowd consisting of elected officials and prominent Republicans from across the county arrived at 6pm on February 12th to cheer Grossi on and enjoy free refreshments.  

Also in attendance was newly elected State Senator Kristin Corrado who spoke prior to Ann taking the stage.  She spoke warmly of her friendship and stated "Ann is a good friend and true public servant who is committed to providing the best service to her constituents". 

After being announced by her friend and colleague, John Wojtaszek, County Clerk Ann Grossi took to the podium to loud applause.  She spoke of her gratitude and love for her position and friends.  She told the crowd "I love everything our office does to help the residents of Morris County.  I have new ideas to make the services of the Clerk's office even better and look forward to implementing them during the next term.  I am grateful for the opportunity of serving you and the residents of Morris County for the next five years". 

Notable elected officials in the crowd were Sheriff Jim Gannon, Senator Tony Bucco, Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, Assemblyman Jay Webber, Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll, Senator Kristin Corrado, County Surrogate John Pecoraro, Freeholder Christine Myers, Freeholder Doug Cabana, Freeholder Kathy DeFillippo, Freeholder John Cesaro, Freeholder Deb Smith, Freeholder Heather Darling, Morris GOP Finance Chair Ron DeFilippis and many mayors and council people throughout the state.

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