An unsuccessful GOP candidate for governor in 2009, veteran Franklin Township Mayor Brian Levine is running for the state Senate against state Sen. Bob Smith, (D-17), Piscataway.
“I have filed my paperwork and I am running,” Levine told PolitickerNJ.com.
He is pursuing the Republican nomination and plans a formal kickoff Monday morning at the Somerset Diner.
”I think I’ve done real well for Franklin,” The Republican mayor said. “I have Republican and Democratic support. On the state level I want to push my environmental record and work on new business laws. I have served as mayor for nine years and I have served with integrity. I am a person you can be proud of in the state Senate. I want to be the people’s senator, just as I have been the people’s mayor.”
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Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich has died Union County today mourns the loss of the longest-serving sheriff in New Jersey history, who died last night at the age of 83. (Editor/PolitickerNJ) http://www.politickernj.com/77506/union-county-sheriff-ralph-froehlich-has-died Cryan serving as acting Union County sheriff, poised to run in November ...
By JEFF BRINDLE Much has been written about the magnitude of campaign spending by independent special interest groups. But until now, there has been little discussion about the impact. During the 2012 Presidential and Congressional contests,... Read More >
"As soon as you step into the lake on foot or in a boat, you're in the state's domain. I feel bad for the snake, and I hope it gets rescued before it dies when it gets cold. It didn't mean to get let out there. This snake should be one thing we can get together on and not worry about party affiliation. Unless the snake's a Democrat." - Republican Mount Arlington Mayor Arthur Ondish- PolitickerNJ
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