Candidate Statements

October 11, 2018

I have lived in Randolph on and off after college, and our family has been permanently settled down for 3 years. I am married to a supportive and patient woman who has kept me grounded for 10 years and we have an amazing 5-year-old son who is truly the light of my life.  I have coached t-ball and ...

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Mayor Mark H. Forstenhausler was appointed in February of 2014 to fill the council seat left vacant by Thomas MacArthur. He was then was elected for a full term in 2015. Before joining the council, Mark served as Commissioner to the Township’s Board of Adjustment. He has since liaised to the ...

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Jim Loveys was appointed to the Randolph Township Council on August 30, 2010, to fulfill the unexpired term of a former council member. He was then elected to his first full term beginning January 1, 2011. Since then, he has remained on the Township Council having served as Mayor in 2014, and ...

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Marie Potter moved to Randolph with her husband John 20 years ago, drawn to the area’s renowned school system and balance of suburban and rural characteristics. While raising her four children – Sean, Katie, Matthew, and Caroline – Marie used her technical and organizational skills to effect real ...

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Lifelong Randolph resident Lou Nisivoccia is the founder and managing director of Nisivoccia Consulting LLC, an information technology consulting practice serving commercial and government entities and non-profit organizations. He is a graduate of Randolph schools and Cornell University in Ithaca, ...

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I am running for Randolph Township Council on the Democratic ticket. While I am relatively new to Randolph, I am not new to local government, and having been fortunate to be welcomed to this community, it is now my desire to give back by serving my community as a Councilwoman.  My husband is ...

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My name is Joshua Weiner and I am one of the four candidates running for Randolph Township Council on the Democratic ticket.   I am a native New Jersey resident, having been raised in Livingston, New Jersey.  Upon graduation from high school, I attended Rutgers College in New Brunswick where I ...

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Team Randolph's Democrat Candidates want to hear from you. Over the recent campaign time the local Democrat Committee has been to every street in Randolph Township to meet  as many residents as possible. Candidates Rachel Koshy, Amy Rosenthal-Laffey, David Timpanaro, and Joshua Weiner have ...

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Randolph, NJ– The team of Forstenhausler, Loveys, Potter, and Nisivoccia have spoken to hundreds of Randolph residents personally during their primary election campaign for township council.  They have found the main issue discussed while knocking on doors is property taxes.  The team is prepared ...

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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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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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