The Middle Township Chamber of Commerce held a Meet the Candidates night Oct. 16 at the Shore Club. The event included candidates for Congress, the Board of Chosen Freeholders, Middle Township Committee and the Middle Township School Board.
Cape May County Clerk Rita Marie Fulginiti met Oct. 16 with representatives of the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE) who are in New Jersey reporting on the U.S. mid-term elections.
I’m proud to endorse Ike Gandy for Middle Township Committee and together with many of my friends and supporters, I’m working hard to win this election.
Mike Benson and Joe Johnson, whose roots in Woodbine are both long and dedicated, are honored to seek re-election to Woodbine Council on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 44 recently recognized Lower Township Councilmen Tom Conrad, Dave Perry and Roland Roy, Jr. for their continuous support of the veterans in our community.
Cape May County Clerk Rita Fulginiti has issued a release regarding election mail that voters have received and have questioned her office about those items.
With just under 13 percent turnout of 2,943 registered, North Wildwood voters approved two questions Oct. 2 in a special election that pertained to Margaret Mace School, a Pre-K-to-8 school at 1201 Atlantic Ave.
Deputy Mayor and retired Command Sergeant Major Frank Sippel is excited to chair the campaign to re-elect Lower Township Councilmen Tom Conrad, Dave Perry and Roland Roy, Jr.
Zack Mullock is an entrepreneur and business owner who understands the importance of tourism to the community, according to a release. He is seeking a seat on Cape May City Council in the Nov. 6 general election and has filed a petition with the city clerk.
A debate on the Stockton University campus between major-party candidates in New Jersey’s Second Congressional District in October will be broadcast live by SNJ Today on WACP channel 4.
Cape May County Democratic Chairman Brendan Sciarra and Atlantic County Democratic Chairman Michael Suleiman announced Aug. 30 the formation of Cape-Atlantic Democratic Unity, a partnership between the Atlantic County and Cape May County Democratic committees.
A 13-year resident of Cape May, John Van de Vaarst of Ohio Avenue, has filed a petition to run for City Council in the Nov. 6 election, according to a release.
Middle Township Committee passed a resolution Aug. 6 at the regular meeting that pledged the governing body to the establishment of an advisory committee to engage in a study of the adequacy of the present form of government and the options for change.
New Jersey’s Republican Party chairs selected Cape May County Chairman Marcus Karavan July 10 to serve as the chair of the Republican chairs at a meeting in Woodbridge Township.
In Cape May County, the June 5 primary election resulted in 10,845 votes cast, a 16.32 percent turnout, of the 66,432 registered voters, according to the Cape May County Clerk's office, with the unofficial local tallies.
In less than a month, registered Democrats and Republicans will head to the polls, or mail in their ballots which are already in voters' hands, to select candidates for the November general election.
Meeting at the Old County Court House March 27, the Middle Township Regular Republican Organization overwhelmingly voted to endorse Theron "Ike" Gandy as their candidate for Middle Township Committee in 2018.
The Upper Township Democratic Club and the Seven Mile Beach Democratic Club are pleased to host the Democratic candidates for the New Jersey 2nd congressional district.
Former Cumberland County Freeholder and NJ State Assemblyman from the First Legislative District, Sam Fiocchi, announced March 6, 2018 he has entered the race to replace Congressman Frank LoBiondo.
Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian, accompanied by his wife Michele Gillian and a crowd of supporters, arrived to the City Clerk’s office Feb. 28 to file his nominating petitions for the May 8 municipal election.
South Jersey engineer and successful businessman Hirsh Singh issued the following statement on his decision to enter the Republican Primary for New Jersey’s Second Congressional District.
The Upper Township Democratic Club invites the public to attend their upcoming meeting at 7 p.m., March 6, at the Upper Township Branch of the Cape May County Library.
Voters in Dennis, Lower, Middle and Upper townships will be eligible to cast ballots in the Feb. 17 fire district elections in their respective districts.
Brian Fitzherbert, of Somers Point, announced his candidacy Jan. 24 for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, along with the following statement.
Not every victor in the Nov. 7 general election was listed on the ballot. School board seats, which are difficult to fill in many districts, were a prime example.