SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - In a no contest election, all the nominees for the Township Council in South Brunswick have been nominated. Three Democrats and three Republicans will be up for election for a four-year term on the township council in the general election on November 3rd, 2020.

The three nominated democrats are all incumbents on the township council. They are Councilwoman Archana “Ann” Grover, Councilwoman Josephine “Jo” Hochman and Deputy Mayor Joseph Camarota. All the nominees are members of the Middlesex County Democratic Organization.

The three nominated republicans are Michael Kushwarra, Julie Ferrara and Brian Wojaczyk, all of whom are associated with the Middlesex County Republican Organization.

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 All three of the Republican nominees have run for office in South Brunswick in the past. Wojaczyk, a former government program manager in New Jersey, ran for this same seat in 2016 and lost. In a special municipal election, Ferrara ran for a spot on the township council in 2017 and lost to the incumbent mayor and councilman.

 Kushwarra is a former sergeant with the South Brunswick Police Department. He served for 25 years before retiring in 2009. Kushwarra ran for Mayor of South Brunswick in 2010 as a Republican and lost to former Mayor Frank Gambatese. Mr. Kushwarra also ran for this council seat in 2016 and lost.