Gov. Chris Christie nominated eight individuals for appointments or reappointments in Gloucester County government positions.
In a list of nominations to the state senate, Christie included recommended appointments county board of taxation, the Gloucester County College Board of Trustees and the Gloucester County Board of Elections.
Those nominated are:
– Stephanie Salvatore is nominated for reappointment as the Gloucester County Superintendent of Elections.
– Elizabeth S. Rogale of Glassboro is nominated for reappointment to the county board of taxation.
– Bradley A. Blubaugh of Sewell is nominated for reappointment to the county board of taxation.
– Rocco A. Ficara of Woodbury is nominated for reappointment to the county board of taxation.
– Lou Sebastiani of Sewell in nominated for reappointment to the county board of taxation.
– Laurie J. Burns of Turnersville is nominated for appointment to the board of taxation.- Douglas J. Wills of Mullica Hill has been reappointed to the Gloucester County College Board of Trustees.- George J. Scott of Williamstown has been reappointed to the Gloucester County College Board of Trustees.
Gloucester County, NJ – The Gloucester County GOP held their biannual elections last night at Washington Township High School.
In a unanimous decision from approximately 150 County Committee members, the T.I.M.E. for change team of Chairman Kevin Murphy, Vice Chairwoman Phyllis Martin, Secretary Margie Love and Treasurer Jim Patrick were elected as the new Executive Committee for the GOP.
This cross-county Executive Committee is focused on aligning the party countywide and winning elections by adhering to core Republican values and to the principles of Transparency, Inclusion, Motivation and Effectiveness.
“I’m grateful that the Gloucester County Committee people elected this team to lead the County GOP for the next two years. Our leadership will focus on grassroots efforts to win elections and give a voice to every municipality in the county,” said new Chairman Kevin Murphy.
“The hard work to win elections in Gloucester County has already started. We are humbled by the support of the municipalities and will do everything in our power to rebuild this party and make it the strong organization it used to be,” said new Vice Chairwoman Phyllis Martin.
This new leadership represents a new step forward for all Gloucester County Republicans and plans to meet with all municipalities in the coming weeks.