Flap Over Campaign Signs Continues to Dominate Toms River Election Season

/
1 min read

TOMS RIVER-Campaign signs continue to be the center of debate in Toms River as Democrats and Republicans battle it out for control of the Toms River School Board and Municipal Council.

First, Republicans criticized Democrats for placing signs too early.

Next, Democrats criticized Republicans for placing campaign signs in a public park.

Today, Republicans are up in arms over campaign signs placed at the offices of Toms River School Board attorney Stephan Leone by Democrats seeking seats on the Toms River School Board, Horgan, Kaczala and Williams.

Still, actual platforms by both sides have been absent in this year’s election cycle.

On the Toms River School Board, Republicans Kubiel, Rhine and Schwartz are battling the Democrat Clean Slate team of Horgan, Kaczala and Williams.   Both sides are seeking control of the board.

A seventh candidate, Robert Onofrietti, an independent Republican without the official backing of either Toms River political club is also running for office this year.

Visit Shore News Network on Parler, Facebook and Twitter to comment @ShoreNewsNJ

Related News:  Charlotte County Recognizes 30 Year Service of Retiring Communications Supervisor
Previous Story

Kim Guadagno Hopes to Keep New Jersey from Becoming Sanctuary State

Next Story

Seaside Park Aiming to Break Beach Angel Guinness World Record

Latest from Blog