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Norris Clark, Morey’s Piers executive and former Republican Assembly candidate, has resigned his position on New Direction, an offshoot committee of the county Regular Republican Organization.
Republican Freeholder candidates Gerald M. Thornton and Susan Sheppard today announced their plan for government reform and job creation for Cape May County: CMC21 - A Positive Vision for Cape May County in the 21st Century.
The Tea Party Patriots of South Jersey hosted a Cape May County Republican Freeholder Candidates Forum May 12 in Dennis Township.
Upper Township Regular Republican Committee leader, David Beyel, will serve as chairman of the Bakley-McCann Finance Committee, according to David Von Savage, Chairman of the Cape May County Regular Republican Organization.
Jay Gillian received an endorsement from Pat Croce an author, TV personality and sports team executive and owner this week. Croce has written four self-help books, three of which topped the New York Times best-seller list.
Incumbent Freeholder Gerald Thornton and running mate Sue Sheppard, city council president in Ocean City, won a "huge battle and a critical victory" Thursday, May 6, having their names moved on ballots for the upcoming June 8 primary election.
Senator Jeff Van Drew (D-1st) told the Herald on Saturday, May 1 he will withhold approval for one of Gov. Chris Christie's nominees for chair of the state Parole Board until the prosecutor for Cape May County gets a state renomination hearing.
The campaign of Gerald M. Thornton and Susan Sheppard for Cape May County Freeholder today (Thursday, April 29) announced that former First District Republican State Assembly candidate Mike Donohue will serve as spokesman for the campaign.