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Township Parties Pick Slates For Mayor, Council

Republican Mayor Chris Kelly and Democratic Township Councilman Phil Kramer will lead their respective parties into the 2015 mayoral/council elections this November.

Kelly, who was appointed mayor earlier this year to fill the term of County Freeholder Brian Levine, and Kramer, serving his second 4-year term as councilman, are running for mayor.

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Republican candidates, left to right: Raleigh Steinhauer, Mayor Chris Kelly, Catherine Barrier, Scott Siegel.

Joining Kelly on the GOP ticket for At-Large seats are former Township Councilwoman Catherine Barrier, Raleigh Steinhauer and Scott Siegel.

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Democratic candidates, left to right: Shanel Pullings-Robinson, Township Councilman Phil Kramer, Township Councilwoman Kimberly Francois, Township Councilman Rajiv Prasad.

Rounding out the Democratic ticket for the open At-Large seats are incumbent council members, Rajiv Prasad and Kimberly Francois and newcomer Shanel Pullings-Robinson.

Township Councilman Brian Regan has elected to not run for re-election.

March 30 is the deadline for filing petitions to run in the June primary. Check back later for any updates.

 

 

 

 

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