Township Committee Candidates to Participate in Forum

October 11, 2017

UNION, NJ - The League of Women Voters will sponsor a forum for Union Township Committee at 7:15 p.m. Oct. 23 in the Union Township Municipal Building, 1976 Morris Avenue.

 The evening will start with a two-minute opening presentation in which candidates are asked to give biographical information and their position on what they consider  the most import issues in the election. They ...

Updated Union County Votes App-Get the Information You Need On the GO

ELIZABETH, NJ—Voting and elections information just got a little better and a lot more accessible. Union County now has a fully updated and redesigned version of the Union County Votes app. The free app can be downloaded now for your mobile device.

The Union County Votes app lets you quickly and easily access important information on voting and elections, while on the ...

Election News: Six Candidates Left for Three Union Board of Education Seats

UNION, NJ – What began as a field of nine candidates has become a group of six vying for the three, three-year seats on the Township of Union’s Board of Education.

Misael Guzman, who was in ballot position one, has removed himself from the race. Ballot positions are now:

1. Linda Richardson

2. Vito Nufrio*

3. Sharon Sherry Higgins

4. Nancy Zuena*

5. Michelle ...

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Union County Clerk Offers Extra Opening for Vote-By-Mail on Saturday, Nov. 4

October 19, 2017

Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi reminds Union County residents that the County Clerks’ Elections Office in Elizabeth and Westfield will be open for special hours on Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., for anyone wishing to obtain an application for a Vote-By-Mail ballot in person.

“If desired, voters can apply for a Vote-by-Mail ballot, fill out ...

Why Democrats Should Vote Republican For Union County Freeholder

October 5, 2017

In 2009, while campaigning for the Township Committee of Springfield, I knocked on the door of one resident who based on my list was a registered Democrat and a senior citizen.

I was greeted by a very nice lady who reminded me of my grandmother. I introduced myself, we talked about the town and I gave her some campaign literature. I asked if she had any questions. She smiled and said, ...