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Freeholders Mary Ann O’Brien and Latham “Robert” Tiver are leaders you can trust.

Freeholders Mary Ann O’Brien and Latham “Robert” Tiver are leaders you can trust.

Mary Ann and Latham are part of the team that: Cut the County Tax Levy by $10 Million and Reducing Spending. Providing Affordable Tuition at the County College for Students and their Parents. Training Local Job Seekers and Matching them with County Businesses. Enhancing Important Services for Veterans, […]

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Burlington Dems Nominate Failed Retreads for Sheriff, Surrogate and Freeholder

Burlington Dems Nominate Failed Retreads for Sheriff, Surrogate and Freeholder Kostoplis, Friedman and Foster all deeply flawed candidates ————————————————————————————————————– For Immediate Release Contact: Chris Russell crussell@chrisrussellconsulting.com Mount Holly, February 5, 2016 – The Burlington County Democrats decision to nominate three failed retreads for Sheriff, Surrogate and Freeholder […]

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Republicans in county race unveil campaign platform.

In case you missed it, in todays Burlington County Times, there is an article on Kate Gibbs and Ryan Peters platform for Burlington County Freeholder. Posted: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 4:00 am | Updated: 8:15 am, Wed Aug 19, 2015. By Kristina Scala Staff writer MOUNT HOLLY — Republicans in […]

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Freeholder Schwartz votes to defund the Library Budget!

Freeholder Schwartz votes to defund the Library Budget!

In Case You Missed it, all three Republican Freeholders, along with one Democratic Freeholder, voted YES to fully fund the library budget and the important programs and services it provides. But, Freeholder Joanne Schwartz voted NO.   If Schwartz prevailed… It would mean severe cutbacks to programs […]

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Republican freeholder challengers vastly outraising Democratic incumbents.

In case you missed today’s Burlington County Time’s article, it was reported that Democratic Freeholder incumbents Aimee Belgrade and Joanne Schwartz are “off to a slow start in raising money” for their Reelection campaign. Campaign finance reports released Monday by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission […]

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Navy SEAL and Combat Veteran Ryan Peters to Join Kate Gibbs on Burlington County Republican Freeholder Ticket

Navy SEAL and Combat Veteran Ryan Peters to Join Kate Gibbs on Burlington County Republican Freeholder Ticket Peters, a Hainesport resident, will replace Mt. Holly Mayor Rich DiFolco Mount Holly, March 9, 2015 – Hainesport resident Ryan Peters will replace Mt. Holly Mayor Rich DiFolco on the […]

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Freeholder Director Mary Ann O’Brien is leading the fight!

Freeholder Director Mary Ann O’Brien is leading the fight!

Thanks to the leadership of Freeholder Director Mary Ann O’Brien, our Burlington County Freeholders are leading the fight against a proposed hazardous waste incinerator that would be located across the Delaware River in Falls Township, Pennsylvania. Freeholder Director Mary Ann O’Brien wrote in a letter to Acting […]

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BCT Editorial Board: Garganio and O’Brien For Freeholder

BCT Editorial Board: Garganio and O’Brien For Freeholder

In case you missed the news, the BCT Editorial Board has endorsed Bruce Garganio and Mary Ann O’Brien for Freeholder! Here are some of the highlights from their endorsement of Bruce and Mary Ann: “…but we believe you should vote for Garganio and O’Brien” when they compared […]

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IAFF Locals Endorse Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio

IAFF Locals Endorse Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio

IAFF Locals Endorse Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio Burlington County Professional Firefighters Local 3091 Mount Laurel Professional Firefighters Local 4408 Evesham Professional Firefighters Local 4687   Contact: President Dan Norman 856-296-6302 International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Locals 3091. 4408 and 4687 today proudly endorse Bruce Garganio for Burlington […]

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Edgewater Park To Reimburse Researcher Over Records Request

Edgewater Park To Reimburse Researcher Over Records Request

Originally posted on Philly.com by Jan Hefler, Inquirer Staff Writer on 10/11/14. Edgewater Park Township has agreed to pay $1,900 in legal fees incurred by a paid political researcher who sued over a delayed open-records request. Jim Logue, a Medford resident who works for the Burlington County […]

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