Candidate Statements

Dear Fellow Springfield Residents

Credits: Ellen Dickson

My name is Geri Ann Bujnowski and I am a candidate for Springfield Township Committee. I am running because our town, with its rich history, must be competitive with its neighboring towns. It should be an affordable place where all residents love to live and families can enjoy.

I have lived in Springfield with my family for over 25 years, building strong ties and growing a long history of community involvement. I have led fundraising efforts through our PTA for playground equipment at our schools and volunteered as Chairwoman of the Springfield Improvement Team. Through disasters like Super Storm Sandy I helped coordinate volunteer teams, and have organized the Veterans Ceremony and Memorial Day Parade for years. I know the importance of fiscal responsibility and sacrifice having success in a family business for over 23 years. I understand the dedication needed to lead Springfield to positive results

If elected I will fight for a greater return on the over 13 million tax dollars we have paid to the county – money that should be used in grants, programs, and services to improve Springfield. We must be more fiscally responsible. The yearly tax increases must be controlled so that Springfield can be a place that our children and their children will be able to afford.

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I have proven that I am willing to spend the time and energy needed to fulfill Springfield’s potential. My goal if elected is to restore fiscal responsibility, open government and smart revitalization of our town.

I will be hosting an event at the Chisolm Senior Center at 100 S Springfield Ave, Springfield Township, NJ on July 20th from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Refreshments and food will be available. I would love if you can attend so that I may have the opportunity to meet you and discuss the issues that concern you. I hope I can count on your support. Together we can make Springfield affordable and a great place to live.


Geri Ann Bujnowski

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