Candidate Statements

February 9, 2020

Randolph, NJ-  – Deputy Mayor Joanne Veech, Mayor Chris Carey and Councilman Lance Tkacs announced  they are seeking re-election to the Randolph Township Council.  The three are running for re-election based on their experience, proven track record, and their desire to keep Randolph moving ...

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DISCLAIMER - I am currently a Member of the Randolph Township Board of Education.  The following letter was prepared by me in my personal capacity as a candidate and not in my capacity as a Board Member.  The thoughts and opinions in my letter are my own and do not reflect the view of the Board or ...

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The views and opinions expressed below are solely Susan DeVito's and do not reflect or represent the views or opinions of the Randolph Township Board of Education as a whole. Susan DeVito is a current representative on the Randolph Board of Education but her views expressed here are hers and are ...

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  Note : The opinions expressed in this article are mine alone. I am a member of the Randolph Board of Education but my opinions expressed here are not representative of the board as a whole but are mine as an individual.  Dear neighbors: My name is Jeanne Stifelman and I am running to be ...

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Reflections on Tuesday night's Board of Education Candidates Forum from Frank Dunn, retired teacher, U.S. Army veteran and current volunteer tour guide at the NJ Vietnam Veterans Memorial.  I decided to run for election to the Randolph Board of Education when, as a substitute at the High School, ...

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Washington, DC -- Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) released the following statement after the Senate voted yesterday to reject S.J.Res. 50, a resolution from Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) to help ease the tax burden for thousands of families struggling with state and local tax ...

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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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I am a candidate for the Randolph Board of Education.  I just retired at the end of the 2018 school year from teaching for 19 years at Boonton High School, so I bring a wealth of educational experience with me. Since retiring I have been substitute teaching at both Randolph and Roxbury High ...

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