Republicans Choose Incumbents in Toms River for 2017 Council Election

Press Release by Toms River Republican Club

The Toms River Regular Republican Club (TRRRC) Trustees announced today that incumbents Maria Maruca, Kevin Geoghegan, Jeff Carr and Dr. Al Manforti received organizational backing to run for Toms River Township Council, the party announced.
The process included a screening committee endorsing the ticket and forwarding those recommendations to the TRRRC Trustees, who unanimously approved the slate. The ticket was then put in front of the full membership for approval and received no opposition.
“We are honored and humbled to receive the unanimous endorsement of the TRRRC to run as a ticket for Township Council again this year,” said Councilmembers Maria Maruca (Ward 1), Kevin Geoghegan (Ward 2), Jeff Carr (Ward 3), and Dr. Al Manforti (Ward 4) in a joint statement.
“We look forward to running on both our individual and collective efforts to rebuild and grow our local economy, keep property taxes stable and under the statemandated cap, advocate for school funding reform, and continue to battle against unfair and onerous affordable housing mandates that rob towns like Toms River over the freedom to responsibly plan and develop our community as we see fit,” the group added.
“Republican leadership has helped to make Toms River a great community in which to live, work, build a business and retire,” said Bob DiBiase President of the Toms River Regular Republican Club. “This is an exceptional slate of solutions-oriented, conservative-minded candidates that we are confident can both win in November and govern our town effectively over the next four years.”

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