ROXBURY, NJ - (Corrected version) Eight people will seek election in November to four seats on the Roxbury Township Council, according to campaign filings for the June primary.
Incumbent Republicans Richard Zoschak of Landing, Jaki Albrecht of Succasunna and Fred Hall of Succasunna are seeking re-election to 4-year terms. Their slogan will be "Regular Republican Organization."
The sole Democrat on the panel, Succasunna resident Daniel Kline, is also seeking re-election. Kline, who was first elected in 2015, is running as "The Advocate You Deserve."
Republican Thomas Carey, of Succasunna, hopes to replace Kline, who represents Ward 4. He did not name a campaign slogan.
Kline will be joined on the primary ballot by Keith Griffin, Corine Borrero and Brian Considine.
Borrero, whose slogan is "Common Sense and Accountability," is a Succasunna resident. She hopes to replace Albrecht as the council's Ward 2 representative.
Griffin, of Landing, chose the slogan "A Better Roxbury" for his campaign. He hopes to replace Zoschak as the representative of Ward 1.
Considine, of Ledgewood, did not choose a campaign slogan. He hopes to replace Hall as the representative of Ward 3.