Why are the Hornikcrats politicizing Marlboro’s schools?
What else are the Hornikcrats lying about?
In Marlboro, the incumbent Democrats, Mayor Jon Hornik, Councilwoman Randi Marder and Councilman Michael Scalea have raised over $70,000 and counting for their reelection campaign. They are spending aggressively in an apparent pursuit to keep anyone other than an approved member of the Hornikcrats from participating in municipal government.
In contrast, the “Positively Marlboro” Republicans are spending less than $13,000 on their campaign, according to their filings with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.
The Hornikcrats have also politicized the highly regarded Marlboro School System by endorsing a slate of Board of Education candidates.
They have further politicized the Schools with two mailers to Marlboro voters in the last week or so, in which they lie about former School Board Member John Dwyer’s role in the property tax increase associated with the School Board Budget. Dwyer, and Sui Allex, are the Republican candidates running against Marder and Scalea.
Dwyer voted NO on the current School Board Budget. Here’s the proof:
Joining Dwyer in voting against the budget was Hornik ally Bonnie Sue Rosenwald:
Why are Jon Hornik, Randi Marder and Micheal Scalea lying about John Dwyer? Why do they want to control the Board of Education in addition to maintaining absolute control over the Township?
Dwyer and his running mates, Allex and mayoral candidate Ira Goldberg have criticized Marder for the fact that she was found to have violated New Jersey’s Ethics Code by omitting her family’s ownership of a Township vendor from part of her Financial Disclosure Forms and for voting to authorize the Township to continue doing business with the company.
The Republicans have criticized Scalea for his terrible attendance record as a Councilman….he missed 40% of his scheduled meetings since he was sworn in…and the fact that he voted to spend $16,000 in taxpayers’ money for Marder’s legal fees in appealing her Ethics violation and the associated $800 fine.
Why would the Hornikcrats, who are outspending the Republicans 7-1 on the campaign, blatantly lie in an attempt to defeat Dwyer?
What else have they lied to Marlboro voters about?
New Jersey has a long tradition of separating school governance from local politics? Why are the Hornikcrats trying to control the schools? Marlboro voters should ask them. But don’t be surprised if you get a slick, lawyerly answer.