Candidate Statements

November 1, 2019

Here is why Warren Township residents should vote for me on Election Day, November 5th: Our local newspaper, the Echoes Sentinel, has endorsed me.  I am honored to receive their endorsement since they regularly attend our Township Committee meetings, cover the issues and know who has ...

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My name is Jolanta Maziarz, and I am running to continue my work as Township Committeewoman in Warren Township. For those of you who may not know me, I would like to take a few moments to tell you a little bit about myself. Almost twenty years ago, my husband, our two little girls and I moved to ...

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Endorsements say de Pinho is best choice for Warren Township Committee.   It really was an honor to receive the endorsement of the Echoes Sentinel newspaper this week.  The Echoes said:    “That residents would be best served by choosing the Independent candidate Rick de Pinho.  For ...

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Please consider “writing me in”  on Election Day for the Warren Township BOE.   I currently serve as the Vice President and I would like to continue my public service to the community as a BOE member.  This is my 2nd three- year term.  Please feel free to email me at dimaggio.lisa@gmail.com, ...

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My name is Bob Morrison, and I am running for reelection to the Watchung Hills Regional High School Board of Education. My family and I have lived in Warren Township since February of 2002. My wife is a teacher in a nearby school district. Both of our children have attended Warren Township ...

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I decided to run this year as an Independent after the encouragement from many residents and my desire to make a difference.    I believe our residents want someone who is transparent, independent and can bring fresh ideas, and not someone who has been handpicked by an insular governing body.  I ...

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WATCHUNG, NJ - In response to a tragic accident involving a young boy and hit-and-run motorist on Valley Road Tuesday evening, Watchung Borough Candidate Amber Murad and Councilman George Sopko called on County Officials to immediately upgrade safety along the heavily traveled route.  Freeholder ...

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SOMERVILLE, NJ – Last weekend, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy was joined by Somerset County Democrat Candidates for Sheriff and Freeholder for a tour of businesses in downtown Somerville. In response, Republican candidates for Sheriff and Freeholder, Bill Parenti and Pat Walsh issued the following ...

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Quattrocchi Predicts Incumbents Will Vote YES The “Clean Stormwater and Flood Reduction Act” was signed into law by the governor in March of this year in order to raise funds for the state’s stormwater infrastructure. At that time towns and counties in NJ were awarded the power to create an ...

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