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Earn $25 per hour and help Bob Hugin get elected to the US Senate!
 
Part-time, full-time & weekend positions available!
Door-to-door canvassers are needed all across the state of New Jersey to connect with voters on key issues.
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The MercerCounty Board of Elections needs board workers at polling locations where people vote. It's a paid position on election day: $200 for a full shift (5:15 am-8:00 pm) or $100 for a half shift (either 5:15 am- 1:00 pm -OR-1:00 pm to 8:00 pm). Training is provided for new board workers. You can call Dayna Sanders for more info at 609-989-6771 or you can download an application at http://www.mercercounty.org/boards-commissions/board-of-elections/boardworkers-wanted

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You are invited to attend:
 
NJ Spotlight The Opioid Epidemic in NJ: Addiction Treatment Friday, September 14, 2018 from  - 
 

New Jersey continues to be a national leader when it comes to opioid addiction – both in the scope of the impact on the state, and in the public and private response to the disease. More than 1,600 state residents died of opioid related issues in 2016.

Former Gov. Chris Christie brought significant attention to the disease and Gov. Phil Murphy has fine-tuned the response, with new investments to support data collection, community based treatment providers, and addressing the underlying causes of addiction. But the opioid-related deaths continue to climb, in part because of powerful new drug cocktails, and as many as 3,000 Garden State residents are expected to be killed by these drugs this year.

In Part 2 of our 3-event series, we’ll explore the challenges involved with opioid addiction treatment, hearing from clinical leaders, community-based providers, and the state official who oversees many of these programs.

Keynote: “Federal Response to the Opioid Epidemic”

Dr. Anthony C. Ferreri, Regional Director, United States Department of Health & Human Services

Panelists:

Dr. Kaitlan Baston, Medical Director, Addiction Medicine, Cooper University Health Care

Frank L. Greenagel II, Adjunct Professor, Rutgers School of Social Work; Instructor, Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies; NJ Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse

Carole Johnson, Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Health Services

Dheeraj Raina, MD, Medical Director, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) program, Anthem, Inc.; Fellow, American Psychiatric Association (APA)

Dr. Erin Zerbo, Vice President, New Jersey Psychiatric Association; Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School; Associate Director of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry.

Moderator: 
Lilo H. Stainton
, Healthcare Reporter, NJ Spotlight


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You are invited to attend:
 
NJ Spotlight Roundtable: NJ's Energy Future - Energy Efficiency Friday, September 21, 2018 from  - 
 

In this Part 4 of a 5-event series on New Jersey’s Energy Future, we'll explore Energy Efficiency.      

New Jersey is getting serious about reducing how much energy its businesses and public use. A new law enacted this spring mandates significant cuts in consumption of electricity and gas. If achieved, it could by one projection lead to savings of up to $200 million a year for customers. A panel of industry experts, policymakers, and clean energy advocates explain how we reach that goal and what needs to happen to get there.

Opening Remarks: 
Steven Gabel, President, Gabel Associates

Panelists:
Mary Barber, Director, New Jersey Clean Energy, Environmental Defense Fund

Stefanie A. Brand, Director, New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel

David M. Daly, President and Chief Operating Officer, Public Service Electric and Gas Company

Tom Massaro, Sr. Vice President, Marketing, Customer Service and Energy Efficiency, New Jersey Resources

Adam Procell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Lime Energy

Moderator:
Tom Johnson, Energy Reporter, NJ Spotlight

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How to Contact Your Elected Officials

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The Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics

Rebovich Institute for NJ Politics - Winter 2017 events

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Reserve these dates to join us! All events are free and open to the public. Additional details will be sent prior to each event.

Sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting Prof. Ben Dworkin at [email protected]

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West Windsor will have a new mayor as of January 1, 2018 and he needs your help to make the best decisions and to keep thing moving in the right direction.  So please step up and volunteer for one or more of the dozens of opportunities that will be opening up for appointment in the new year. The time commitment for these positions often involves attending periodic meetings as well as some pre-reading in advance of those sessions. What's in it for you? You are often one of the first to know when something important is about to happen around town while you are helping to serve the community. To obtain a volunteer form contact the town clerk: [email protected] it should be submitted during early December.
 

When you apply for any of the vacancies send us a heads-up at [email protected] and we'll pass along a good word on your behalf.


Affordable Housing Committee
Member                                      Term 3 years                Expires 12/31/2020
Resident Representative         Term 3 years                Expires 12/31/2020
Resident Representative         Term 3 years                Expires 12/31/2020
Alternate 1                                  Term 3 years                Expires 12/31/2020
 
Agricultural Advisory Committee
Member                                      Term 3 years               Expires 12/31/2020
 
Board of Recreation Commissioners
Member                                     Term 5 years               Expires 12/31/2022
Alternate 1                                 Term 5 years               Expires 12/31/2018
Alternate 2                                 Term 5 years               Expires 12/31/2022
 
Environmental Commission
Member                                     Term 3 years               Expires 12/31/2020
Member                                     Term 3 years               Expires 12/31/2020
 
Human Relations Council
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2018
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2018
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
Member                                    Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
 
Planning Board
Class IV Member                     Term 4 years               Expires 12/31/2021
Class II Member                      Term 1 year                 Expires 12/31/2018
Alternate 1                                 Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
 
Parking Authority (Council Appointment)
Member                                      Term 5 years               Expires 12/31/2022
 
Shade Tree Commission
Member                                      Term 5 years               Expires 12/31/2022
 
Site Plan Review Advisory Board
Resident Representative         Term 3 years               Expires 12/31/2020
Resident Representative         Term 3 years               Expires 12/31/2020
 
Zoning Board of Adjustment (Council Appointment)
Member                                   Term 4 years               Expires 12/31/2021
Alternate 1                               Term 2 years               Expires 12/31/2019
 
If you have any questions you can contact the Township Clerk’s Office at 609-799-2400.
 
West Windsor Republicans
PO Box 291
West WindsorNJ08550
609-297-5090   www.facebook.com/wwgop


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10/26/17

I am writing you today as one of the Republican members of the New Jersey Bipartisan Coalition for Women's Appointments, a statewide, bipartisan group convened by the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers-New Brunswick. BCWA's purpose is to ensure the placement of well-qualified women in key positions throughout New Jersey government, regardless of who wins the gubernatorial election this year.  
 
After the November election, New Jersey's new governor will appoint hundreds of people to state boards and commissions.
 
 The New Jersey Bipartisan Coalition for Women's Appointments (BCWA) is looking for women to become appointed leaders in New Jersey.
 
The BCWA is immediately accepting résumés for a "talent bank" of women interested in being considered for appointments to the new gubernatorial administration in 2018.  
 
To submit your résumé, fill out the online biographical form for potential appointees. All résumés will be forwarded to the governor-elect's transition team and appointments office.   
 
If you require additional information about serving in an appointed office see the BCWA's frequently asked questions  about the appointments process in New Jersey. See also the list of New Jersey Boards and Commissions on the State of New Jersey web site.
 
We look forward to your submission.
 
Sincerely, 
Vanessa
Vanessa LaFranco  
Bipartisan Coalition for Women's Appointments  

Treasurer Elect, National Federation of Republican Women



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Openings Available to Serve on New Jersey Commissions and Boards

Service on a New Jersey board or commission is a great way to contribute to the state and your community. There are a great number of boards and commissions to which the Governor makes appointments that deal with virtually all Department and public policy areas. Some appointments made by the Governor require the Advice and Consent of the State Senate, while others are made by the Direct Appointment of the Governor, requiring no action by the Senate.

Serving on a board or commission requires more than an individual's presence, it requires an unyielding contribution of expertise and time. It is important to realize that time commitment will vary depending on the ways in which a specific board or commission is operated.
We welcome your participation in this process, and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Please fill out the following form and remember to upload or fax a resume to (609)777-0331.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Appointments Office at (609)777-0251.
Keep your message brief, friendly, and to the point.

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Full Replay of President Obama's 
2016 State of the Union Address
at 9:00 PM - 1/12/16

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 Full Replay of the
The Republican Address to the Nation 
2016
(Republican Response to the SOTU Address)

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2015
President Obama's State of the Union Address
Tues., Jan. 20, from 9-11 p.m. EST.


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The Republican Address to the Nation
After the State of the Union Address


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MERCER COUNTY CONNECTION
957 Highway 33 (Acme Shopping Center)
www.mercercounty.org
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News Before 2015
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Christmas thru the years at the White House

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Mercer County GOP names Chairwoman

Lisa Richford 2013 pic


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Former Hamilton Township Councilman

Former Hamilton Township Councilman Jack Lacy, a longtime member of the township Republican Party who was active for decades in local politics, has died.
Born and raised in Hamilton, Lacy was a 1956 graduate of Hamilton High School.  He graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in journalism and from St. Regis University with a Masters in Political Science.
After graduating college, he became a member and later president of the Hamilton Jaycees.
 
Alongside the other member of the “two Jacks,” former Republican Mayor Jack Rafferty, Lacy came to personify Hamilton government.
Lacy retired from the township council in 1999, but attempted another run for office in 2003, when he challenged Democrat Glen Gilmore for mayor.  Gilmore won the race by a wide margin and Lacy resumed his role as a mentor and steward for the Hamilton GOP.
 
“Jack was a true public servant who loved Hamilton Township,” said former state Sen. Tom Goodwin, who was handpicked by Lacy to run for township council in 2005.  “His expertise in municipal government was second to none.
”Lacy is survived by his wife Joanne and daughter Shannon, along with a granddaughter.
 
The funeral will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. from the Buklad Yardville Memorial Chapel, 30 Yardville Allentown Rd. in Yardville. Burial will follow in Princeton Memorial Park in Robbinsville. Friends may call on Wednesday from 5 to 9 p.m. at the memorial chapel. Memorial contributions in Jack's memory may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, NJ Metro Chapter, 1 Kalisa Way, Suite 205, Paramus, NJ 07652.

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A Tribute to Assemblyman Alex DeCroce

Minority Leader Alex DeCroce has died



By Darryl R. Isherwood| January 10th, 2012 - 1:09am
DeCroce collapsed about 11 p.m. Monday in the legislative wing of the Statehouse following a late-night voting session. Shocked lawmakers, aides, and operatives milled around as EMTs attended to DeCroce, who was said to have been feeling ill before leaving the chamber. 
  
A mild-mannered leader, DeCroce was first elected to the Assembly in 1989 and served as deputy speaker from 1994 to 2001.
He also served as a Morris County freeholder from 1984 to 1989, serving for one year as freeholder director.
DeCroce was born in Morristown and lived in Parsippany-Troy Hills. He attended Seton Hall University and, aside from his legislative accomplishments, made his career as a Realtor at ERA Gallo & DeCroce.

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By Politicker Staff | November 10th, 2011 - 10:28pm
Mr. Biondi suffered from cancer and perservered in the face of his illness, winning re-election on Tuesday night.
Born in Newark, the assemblyman settled in Hillsborough and kept his well-trafficked office in downtown Somerville. 
A throwback who enjoyed nurturing friendships on both sides of the aisle, Mr. Biondi was respected by his peers as a savvy politician.
The former mayor of Hillsborough presided over the 1990s construction of the township's impressive municipal building.
A great storyteller, vigorous conversationalist and horse lover, Mr. Biondi recalled how as a young man he used to take extended rides in Hunterdon County.
The proud Italian-American was a good-natured center of attention in Somerville taverns for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. 
An assemblyman since 1998, Mr. Biondi served as Republican Conference Leader through 2008 and as the Assembly's Assistant Republican Leader from 2002-2003. 



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