Sandy Doyon and Steve Remming proudly announce their candidacies for South Plainfield Borough Council after being unanimously endorsed by the Democratic Committee for this November’s general election. “Over the coming weeks and months after this crisis is under control, we look forward to sharing our ideas with you to help make South Plainfield an even better place to live” commented Steve Remming. Sandy Doyon agrees that everyone must work together. “Now is not the time for division. We are one people and must fight this virus together.”  Remming continued “Of course we will beat this pandemic. Our focus remains on staying safe, getting this under control and getting people the help they so desperately need.” Doyon added “We can’t wait to meet you and shake your hand when the time is right.”

Sandy Doyon is a lifelong resident of South Plainfield having spent nearly 3 decades teaching at Kennedy Elementary. Since 2008 she has served as Vice President of the South Plainfield Education Association and was the Democratic Nominee for Mayor in 2018. Her priorities include making government work for people, reforming the committee process, addressing traffic safety, assisting families struggling with addiction and the opioid epidemic as well as being as inclusive as possible. She and her husband Tom have been married for 39 years and are parents to the late Tommy Doyon.

Steve Remming has been involved in public policy and politics for 20 years with a particular interest in how municipal policy effects children and families. He has spent a decade in the wine and spirits importing and distribution business in New York City. His priorities include a true community pool, expanded after school and summer programs for kids, a revitalization of the downtown core and a comprehensive strategy to make our town as open and walkable as possible.   Steve moved to South Plainfield in 2017 and lives on the South Side with his partner Dree and their two boxers, Lady and Rudy.