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Red Bank Republicans Pledge To Deliver Reforms Or Step Down

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Kelli O’Bosky Colwell and Brian Hanlon

The Republican candidates for Borough Council in Red Bank today unveiled a plan of actions they pledge to take during their first six months in office and promised not to seek reelection if they failed to deliver on their promises.

Brian Hanlon and Kelli O’Bosky Colwell are both running for public office for the first time. ¬†If they win, the Red Bank GOP will have a 5-1 super majority on the council and little justification not to deliver on its promises. ¬†Hanlon and O’Bosky are seeking to unseat incumbents Kathy Horgan, a Democrat and Cindy Burnham, a Republican turned Independent after she was denied renomination by the GOP. Democrat newcomer Erik Yngstrom is also competing for one of the two seats on the Council that voters will choose on November 8.

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Posted: October 24th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: 2016 Elections, Monmouth County News, Red Bank | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments »

DiSomma steps down as Red Bank GOP Chairman

Michael Clancy, left will seek to replace Sean DiSomma as Red Bank GOP Chairman

Michael Clancy, left, will seek to replace Sean DiSomma, right, as Red Bank GOP Chairman

Red Bank Republican Chairman Sean DiSomma announced that he will not seek another term in the office this morning in an email to members of the borough’s Republican County Committee members.

DiSomma, 34, is widely credited with the GOP taking control of Red Bank’s governing body for the first time in 25 years, winning four of six council seats over three elections since 2013.

DiSomma cited his career and family obligations as his reason for stepping down.

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Posted: June 16th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County News, Red Bank | Tags: , , , , | 1 Comment »