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Mathieu says the borough needs a new Republican Party.
Just by showing up for interview, governor demonstrates how his relationship with union has evolved.
Former Springfield Township Attorney takes County Office.
Once again, the Republican governor picks Democratic Woodbridge to hold his campaign events.
Candidates thank supporters for aiding their November election win.
The Democratic candidates won two seats for Garwood council in the November election.
Dream big, voters, dream big.
The Clark Republicans pulled a full sweep, sealing the mayorship and three council seats for the next four years.
Democrats Bill Nierstedt and Ann Palmer have won the two available seats on Garwood borough council.
Amanda Langston received 40 write-in votes.
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