RANDOLPH, NJ – Mayor Chris Carey, Deputy Mayor Joanne Veech and Councilman Lance Tkacs announce that they have submitted a petition to the Randolph Township Clerk seeking re-election to the Randolph Township Council.
Carey, Veech and Tkacs are running for re-election based on their experience, proven track record and commitment to strong financial oversight. For the fourth consecutive year, the proposed 2020 municipal budget does not include an increase in the tax levy. In addition, both Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s have assigned Randolph a AAA bond rating, acknowledging Randolph’s conservative fiscal management, strong financial policies, prudent management of reserve funds and low debt.
The candidates jointly state: “We would like to officially announce our candidacy for re-election. We are dedicated to serving the Randolph community and to continuing our work on behalf of Randolph’s residents. During difficult times, such as those we are experiencing now, it’s even more important to have experienced elected officials at the helm.”
Carey was first elected to the Randolph Township Council in 2012 and is currently serving her second term as Mayor. Veech has been a member of the Council for 9 years, serving as Mayor in 2015 and currently serves as Deputy Mayor. Tkacs is seeking a second term of office, having been first elected to the Council in 2016.