Pat Johnson for NJ Senate LD14
Adam Elias for NJ Assembly LD14
Skye Gilmartin for Assembly LD14
Marty Flynn for Hamilton Mayor
Gino Melone and Mike Chianese for Hamilton Council
Lisa Marie Richford – 2023 Candidate For Mercer County Executive.
isa Marie Richford is running for County Executive to restore integrity and efficiency to county government. Lisa will work hard to ensure decisions are made on behalf of the people, not the politicians.
Mercer County has one of the highest median property taxes in the nation and is ranked 17th of 3,143 counties in order of median property taxes. Lisa Marie Richford will bring a new approach of working together with county and municipal governments to control spending, prevent tax increases and not force costs onto municipal governments.
Bucky for Mercer County Sheriff
A native of Mercer County, NJ, Bryan “Bucky” Boccanfuso has an extensive and distinguished career in law enforcement. Following in his father’s footsteps (Bucky’s father was a respected, retired Lieutenant with the Princeton Township Police Department), Bucky became a Communications Officer – first with the Princeton Township Police Department and then with the Robbinsville Township Police Department.
Joseph Stillwell for Mercer County Commissioner
Mr. Stillwell is a long-time resident of Hamilton Township and will soon graduate from the Catholic University of America with a History degree. This Fall, he plans to attend graduate school and become a certified teacher in the State of New Jersey. Some of the civic organizations he is involved with are the Knights of Columbus and American Legion Jersey Boys State. Mr. Stillwell wishes to fight for the best interest of all Mercer County citizens.
“I am fighting to restore fiscal responsibility, protect our environment, and bring back trust in county government. Residents of all backgrounds deserve a voice in the county government that will represent what they want: common sense. I look forward to hitting the campaign trail with my running mates, Denise “Niecy” Turner, Bryan “Bucky” Boccanfuso, and Lisa Marie Richford to help make Mercer a better place to live and work.” -
Denise "Neicy" Turner for Mercer County Commissioner
As a long-time small-business owner, Denise “Neicy” Turner is acutely aware of the importance of fiscal responsibility and providing reliable, critical service to fellow citizens. In this case, the definition of acutely is “in a way that shows a perceptive insight or understanding.” Ms. Turner believes her real-world experience re: fiscal responsibility and service can be applied to local government. This is why she is a Republican candidate for Mercer County Commissioner. In addition, Ms. Turner believes her real-world experience will be key in earning the support of voters, providing them with confidence that she will serve ably as a Mercer County Commissioner. Ms. Turner is the Owner and Director of Green Acres Day Care LLC. Located in Trenton, Green Acres is in its 17the year of providing reliable, critical day care service to infants and toddlers. Ms. Turner also is employed in another full-time professional service role that requires treating others with dignity and care. She is a Medical Security Officer at the Ann Klein Forensic Center, a 200-bed psychiatric hospital located in the Ewing Township portion of the Trenton Psychiatric Hospital campus. “When opportunity knocked to run for elected office, I was honored to answer,” said Ms. Turner. “My private-sector experience makes me an excellent candidate for Mercer County Commissioner. But more importantly, it will enable me, if elected, to ably serve on behalf of all citizens of Mercer County, who rely on the Board of Mercer County Commissioners for astute judgment in key areas including the county budget and county contracts.” She continued, “Also, I am proud to be part of this team of Republican candidates. We’re all working hard to share the Republican position on key issues with as many potential voters as possible on the campaign trail.” Ms. Turner was born in Neptune City, Monmouth County, NJ. She is a long-time resident of Trenton – 25 years. Ms. Turner is a graduate of Trenton Central High School. She is the mother of two children and the grandmother of one child. Religion is an important part of Ms. Turner’s life. She is a member of Greater Harvest World Wide Ministries, a Baptist church located in Trenton.
Roger Locandro for Senata LD15
Meet Roger Locandro, your State Senate candidate in Legislative District 15.
Capable, Competent, Experienced!
Education: Rutgers University: BS Agricultural and Applied Economics, postgraduate studies in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics,
Master’s Degree Public Administration. (MPA) Pi Alpha Alpha.
Businessman: Large tree nursery, construction and building, net-zero homes, geothermal heating, and air conditioning, solar, home and building performance.
State Certifications from New Jersey Department of Community Affairs: Registered Municipal Clerk (RMC), Certified Public Works Manager (CPWM), Qualified Purchasing Agent (QPA), Affordable Housing Professional (AHP), New Jersey Master HVACR, International Ground Source Heat Association (IGSPA), Building Performance Institute (BPI).
Public Service: Currently Raritan Valley Community College Board of Trustees: Vice Chair and Finance Chair. Two terms as Delaware Township Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Township Committee, Police Commissioner, and DPW Commissioner.
Commissions and Boards: Environmental, Shade Tree, Planning, Delaware Township Municipal Utilities Authority, Rosemont Water Company.
Mike Hurtado for Assembly LD15
A Trenton native and lifelong resident of Mercer County. A graduate of Hamilton High West and Mercer County Community College, he currently majors in public administration with a minor in political science at Kean University. He is also the Vice Chairman of the Trenton GOP, State Committeeman for the Mercer Young Republicans, and Chairman of NJ College Republicans.
Pedro for NJ Assembly LD15
Fighting for NJ Families
Pedro Reyes, a passionate and determined write-in candidate is challenging the status quo in the open Republican LD 15 general assembly candidacy in a district long considered a Democratic stronghold. Reyes is breaking barrier and rallying for change aiming to give a voice to the underrepresented and to demand transparency in the election process
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