Mayor Hokanson BBQ Pool Party Fundraiser On July 14th

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Published: July 13, 2018
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Mayor Carl Hokanson will be holding a barbeque & pool party fundraiser tomorrow, July 14th. The political fundraiser will be starting at 1 o’clock in the afternoon at

Mayor Hokanson Trivia Fundraiser June 15th At Vintage

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Published: June 14, 2018
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Mayor Carl Hokanson, who is running for re-election as an Independent, will be holding a trivia fundraiser

RPRMC Committee Members Certified

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Published: June 8, 2018
RPRMC Committee Members Certified  | read this item

After provisional ballots were opened and all votes tallied, the Roselle Park Republican Municipal

CORRECTION: Local GOP Committee To Only Have One New Member

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Published: June 7, 2018
CORRECTION: Local GOP Committee To Only Have One New Member  | read this item

New information from the borough clerk’s and county clerk’s office has resulted in a correction on the committee members of the local Republican party. In communicating with Roselle Park Borough Clerk Andrew Casais, even though there were no petitions filed for Ward 2, District 2 and former mayor Joseph Accardi received one (1) write-in vote, […]

Unofficial 2018 RP Primary Results Are In

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Published: June 5, 2018
Unofficial 2018 RP Primary Results Are In  | read this item

The 2018 Primary Election is over. Although the political party candidates were unopposed, write-in votes for the Republican Committee members will have two new members join the local political committee with just three (3) votes for resident Robert Domanski and one (1) vote for former Roselle Park mayor Joseph Accardi. On the Democratic ticket, mayoral […]

Republican Committee Member Elections On June 5th

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Published: May 8, 2018
Republican Committee Member Elections On June 5th  | read this item

In Roselle Park, when it comes to Democratic and Republican candidates running for municipal office, voters do not decide on who to vote for, they simply get to choose from candidates who have been already picked for them by municipal political committees. The members of local political committees are the ones who decide who will […]

Party Petitions Submitted For 2018 Municipal Elections

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Published: April 2, 2018
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The deadline for political parties to submit candidate petitions for this year’s municipal elections was 4 p.m. today. Although the candidates are needed for the primary election in June, Roselle Park political parties almost always have uncontested primaries, so their primary candidates are by default the partisan candidates for the general election in November. This […]

RPDC Candidates Announced Via Statement & Video

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Published: March 5, 2018
RPDC Candidates Announced Via Statement & Video  | read this item

Joseph Signorello, III, released a statement on his personal Facebook page announcing his candidacy for Roselle Park Mayor. I’m running for mayor because Roselle Park can’t afford to wait. We need strong, effective leadership to make Roselle Park THRIVE. We don’t need another tenure of undelivered promises, and we certainly do not need to revert […]

Mayor Hokanson Announces Re-Election Campaign As Independent

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Published: March 5, 2018
Mayor Hokanson Announces Re-Election Campaign As Independent  | read this item

In a statement released last night at 10 o’clock on his official Facebook page, Mayor Carl Hokanson has announced his re-election campaign and that he will be running as an Independent. He is the third elected official in the last 18 months to disassociate from the Roselle Park Democratic Committee (RPDC). In August of 2016, […]

Negron Elected To First Ward. DeIorio Returns To Office.

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Published: November 7, 2017
Negron Elected To First Ward. DeIorio Returns To Office.  | read this item

The unofficial election results for the two municipal seats this year have ended with Jayme Negron winning a seat on the governing body as first ward councilwoman and Joseph DeIorio returning to office as council-at-large. Both candidates won by a slim majority. Jayme Negron – who ran as a Republican – received 226 votes, Democratic candidate […]

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