Beginning with his service on the Middle Township School Board and continuing through his first term on Township Committee, Jim Norris has proven his dedication to good government and providing great municipal services.
Ahead of the 2022 election, the Herald interviewed Cape May County Registrar Mike Kennedy and asked about what his office is doing to prepare for the midterms.
With less than 50 days until the November general election, the Cape May County Clerk’s Office is hard at work coordinating with the Board of Elections to make arrangements before voters head to the polls for the midterm elections.
I am forever grateful that the voters of Middle Township put their faith in me and in the vision for smart, right-sized local government that I share with Mayor Tim Donohue and Deputy Mayor Ike Gandy.
Republicans and Democrats will head to the polls between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. June 7 to select their candidates for the Nov. 8 general election. That is unless they participate in in-person early voting June 3-5 or submit a mail-in ballot.
With the upcoming June 7 primary election, the Herald asked each of the candidates for the Second Congressional District seat a set of questions regarding why their motivations for running and their stances on important issues.
With the upcoming June 7 primary election to fill two seats on Upper Township Committee, the Herald asked the three Republican candidates - Antonio (Anthony) Inserra, Victor Nappen II, and Mark Pancoast - why they’re running and their opinions on issues important to voters.
As the results rolled in on the evening of May 10, Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian claimed victory over challenger Keith Hartzell, a long-time member of city council.
Local educator Melisha Anderson has announced her candidacy for Middle Township Committee. Anderson is running unopposed in the June 7 Democratic primary and will likely face incumbent Republican James Norris in the November general election. Anderson says she’s “ready to take a seat at the table of our elected officials, where local policy is made that affects us all.”
Before a packed house at the Stone Harbor Theatre March 14, the Cape May County Republican Committee selected Cape May County Planning Board member Andy Bulakowski to run for county commissioner.
Committeeman Jim Norris earned the unanimous endorsement of the Middle Township Regular Republican Organization as the party's 2022 candidate for Middle Township Committee.
Middle Township Committeeman James Norris will seek the Republican endorsement for Middle Township Committee in 2022 in pursuit of a second three-year term on the municipality’s governing body.
Incumbent Ocean City Mayor Jay A. Gillian launched his 2022 campaign for re-election at a news conference Jan. 23 in front of the carousel at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, his family’s business.
Joseph Schiff, the current president of Wildwood Crest’s Board of Education, beat veteran Commission member Joyce Gould, with 562 votes to Gould's 552, after days of counting mail-in and provisional ballots.
Unofficial results for the Nov. 2 general election showed 38,432 ballots cast out of 74,494 registered voters, as of 9 a.m. Nov. 9, with a turnout of nearly 52%.
There were 37,460 ballots cast in the Nov. 2 general election, out of 74,494 registered voters, according to the Cape May County Clerk's election website. Turnout was 50.29%.
Superior Court judges are available across the state to conduct hearings for election challenges or issues for early voting and on Election Day.
Incumbent Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy leads Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli, 50% to 41%, when voters leaning toward a candidate are included, according to a Stockton University poll released Oct. 28.
As the campaign draws to a close, the #United4Upper team, of Lenora Boninfante Kodytek and Shawna Mulford, issued the following joint statement.
Whether you’re voting by mail, voting early, or casting your ballot Nov. 2, I am asking those who want to build a better Middle Township to vote Column 2 to reelect Deputy Mayor Ike Gandy to Township Committee.
Noticing an emerging trend this election season in Upper Township, the United4Upper team of Lenora Boninfante Kodytek and Shawna Mulford issued a joint statement.
The Herald asked Republican incumbent Leonard Desiderio, who is running unopposed for a three-year seat on the Cape May County Board of County Commissioners, to share information about his candidacy and respond to specific questions of broad interest to Cape May County.
Incumbent Republican Sen. Michael Testa (R-1st) leads Democratic challenger Yolanda Garcia Balicki by 13 percentage points, in the First Legislative District's state Senate race, according to a Stockton University poll released Oct. 13.