Unopposed: Monmouth County’s municipal primaries feature few contested races

Unopposed: Monmouth County’s municipal primaries feature few contested races (via NJ.com)

While 39 Monmouth County municipalities will vote in Tuesday’s primaries, only a scant few of them will feature contested races. Sprawling Howell Township is joined by the tiny communities of Interlaken and Sea Bright in holding contested Republican…

Posted: May 31st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: 2014 Elections, Monmouth County, News | Tags: , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Unopposed: Monmouth County’s municipal primaries feature few contested races”

  1. Michelle O. Flaherty said at 10:49 pm on May 31st, 2014:

    Mr. Robbins, I received an e-mail from a friend asking if I had read the Monmouth Musings article on the Howell Primary Race. Imagine my surprise when I read that after many attempts to reach me, you were unable. I have NEVER been contacted by you or this website for anything…ever.

  2. Tim H said at 8:33 pm on June 1st, 2014:

    In a flagrant abuse of power the Mayor of Howell Bill Gatto used the township’s email list to send an email to all residents refuting comments the republic ands challenging the line mailed out. What he did is way out of bounds and he and the so called republican line should be forced to pay for this to the tax payers. It is an abuse of power and charged should be filed immediately against these people. Outrageous!

  3. where to complain Tim? said at 9:07 am on June 2nd, 2014:

    Tim, you pretend there is a legitimate place to complain to.

    You can complain to the council who sent the campaign message using a taxpayer funded/government system and then Sean Kean, who endorsed said council in order to keep his municipal prosecutor job will hear you out in court?

    If you know the right/better people to complain to, please share, otherwise, best complaint is for Howell to “vote Right!”