Elections

November 6, 2018

ROSELAND, NJ — According to the unofficial election results provided by the Essex County Clerk’s Office, Democrats James Spango, Eileen Fishman and Roger Freda have been selected to serve as mayor and borough council. Spango will fill the seat as mayor and Fishman and Freda will fill the two open ...

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CALDWELL, NJ — According to the unofficial election results provided by the Essex County Clerk’s Office, Democrats John T. Kelley, Frank Rodgers and Christine Schmidt have been selected to serve as mayor and borough council in the 2018 elections. Kelley is the elected mayor and Rodgers and ...

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CALDWELL, NJ — Meet Ann Dassing, the incumbent mayor running for re-election in Caldwell on Nov. 6. The mayor of Caldwell for the last eight years, Dassing has lived in Caldwell for the last 22 years, was a West Caldwell resident for 10 years prior to that, and previously had lived in Caldwell ...

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ROSELAND, NJ - Meet Roger Freda, a candidate running for Roseland Borough Council on Nov. 6. An employee of the Township of West Caldwell Water Department, Freda is a 22-year resident of Roseland who graduated from West Essex High School in 1999.  Prior to high school, Freda attended Livingston ...

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CALDWELL, NJ — Meet Christine Schmidt, a candidate running for election to Caldwell Borough Council on Nov. 6. A five-year resident of Caldwell who is a self-employed ESL/TOEFL tutor, Schmidt earned bachelor's degrees in Political Science and French from Montclair State University. She and her ...

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CALDWELL, NJ  — Meet Richard Hauser, a candidate running for Caldwell Borough Council on Nov. 6. A 26-year resident of Caldwell who previously lived for 24 years in West Caldwell, Hauser is the founder of RAHauser & Associates, LLC (DBA  RAH ! CFO, Controller and Bookkeeping), a fractional ...

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CALDWELL, NJ — Meet Frank Rodgers, a candidate running for re-election to Caldwell Borough Council on Nov. 6. Rodgers, a high school math teacher at Hackettstown High School (Warren County), where he is also the head wrestling coach and an assistant coach in both football and track and field, is ...

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ROSELAND, NJ — Meet Joseph Shearn, independent candidate running for Roseland Borough Council on Nov. 6. Shearn has called Roseland home since 1998, living in the house his in-laws built in the early 1960s. His wife is a graduate of West Essex High School, and their three daughters attended ...

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CALDWELL, NJ — Meet Jason Fiore, a candidate running for Caldwell Borough Council on Nov. 6. Fiore, a 25-year resident of Caldwell, attended Lincoln Elementary School and James Caldwell High School prior to attending Coastal Carolina University. He is currently the head gold professional at ...

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ROSELAND, NJ — Meet Eileen Fishman, Democratic candidate running for Roseland Borough Council on Nov. 6. Fishman, currently the senior pharmacist and acting director with EC Community Health Services, is a registered pharmacist with a degree from Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy, ...

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  CALDWELL, NJ — Meet John Kelley, Democratic mayoral candidate for the Borough of Caldwell. Kelley, a 20-year resident of Caldwell, is a certified public accountant who is currently employed as a controller for a New York City-based company that owns parking garages in Manhattan, Brooklyn ...

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ROSELAND, NJ — Meet Robyn Noelle Cassidy, one of the Roseland Borough Council candidates running with the Independents for ONE Roseland. Cassidy, who moved to Roseland resident in 2001 with her husband, Brendan Cassidy, has three children currently attending West Essex-area schools, including ...

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ROSELAND, NJ — Meet James R. Spango, who is currently running for mayor in the Borough of Roseland as part of the Democratic team. Spango is a two-year resident of Roseland who was educated in Essex County, attending Seton Hall Preparatory School, Seton Hall University and Seton Hall Law School.

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ROSELAND, NJ — Meet Laura Struss LaBianca, who is currently running for mayor in the Borough of Roseland as part of the “Independents for ONE Roseland” team. LaBianca, a 43-year resident of Roseland, attended Harrison Avenue School (currently the Roseland Municipal Building and police ...

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CALDWELL, NJ – The Caldwell Democratic County Committee (CDCC) recently announced that John Kelley will be running for mayor, and Frank Rodgers and Christine Schmidt will be running for Caldwell Borough Council in the 2018 election. “We happily endorse these three residents of Caldwell and are ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – In the wake of long-time Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen announcing his plans to not run for re-election, Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26), announced on Feb. 3 his intention to run for the Republican nomination in New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District. “The 2018 elections ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ — Longtime U.S. Representative and Appropriations Committee Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11) has announced that he will not seek re-election this year, according to multiple media reports. Facing a spirited challenge in the upcoming general election, Rep. Frelinghuysen's ...

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