BoE Member Danielle Walsh said to be hedging in her Township Committee race
NJEA funding Dem related BoE slate through Giaimo’s Assembly account
When Democrat attorney Tom Giaimo lost to Amy Handlin and Serena DiMaso last year for State Assembly, he did not close his campaign account. Rather, he kept raising money, most of it from the NJEA’s political action committee and politically connected lawyers like himself. He used the cash to repay a loan to himself and to fund his Middletown Board of Education slate of Giaimo Fox and Wright. Giaimo’s Assembly account and the joint Middletown Board of Education account have the same Democrat treasurer.
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Posted: October 23rd, 2018 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2018 Elections, Middletown, Middletown Democrats, Monmouth County News | Tags: 2018 elections, Danielle Walsh, Harrison Fox, Michael DiCicco, Middletown, Middletown Board of Education, Middletown Dems, Monmouth County News, Tom Giaimo | 3 Comments »
One of the Middltetown Democrats candidates for Township Committee says he lives in Rumson.
Criminal defense attorney George Mardinly’s facebook page lists his home as Rumson.
More interesting that Mardinly’s address exaggeration (he actually lives in the graceful Locust section of Middletown, on the north side of the Navesink) is his history of political giving. Mardinly contributed $2700 to Republican Senator Jennifer Beck’s 2013 reelection campaign and $2000 to Senator Joe Kyrillos’s 2012 U.S. Senate race against Democratic U.S.Senator Bob Menendez.
Maybe Mardinly is angling to be a Judge. Kyrillos and Beck are both members of the New Jersey Senate Judiciary committee and have senatorial courtesy in the
Patrick Short knows he lives in Middletown
appointment of Superior Court Judges in Monmouth County. Or maybe he just likes Republican legislators.
Neither Middletown Democratic Chairman Don Watson or Monmouth Democratic County Vin Gopal were available to comment of Mardinly’s political giving.
Former Township Committeeman Patrick Short is the Democrats other candidate. Short was elected in 2006 in the wake of Operation Bid rig, and was defeated by Steve Massell in 2009 in the first Christie landslide. Short ran for Assembly in 2011, losing to Declan O’Scanlon and Amy Handlin.
Short and Mardinly will face off against Republican incumbents Mayor Stephanie Murray and Committeeman Tony Fiore in November.
Posted: March 31st, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Middletown, Middletown Democrats | Tags: Don Watson, George Mardinly, Middletown Dems, Patrick Short, Vin Gopal | 2 Comments »