November 8, 2022 Elections In Chatham, NJ

Dawn Flynn and Ron Rubino

Chatham Township Committee

Ron Rubino and Dawn Flynn are Republicans running for Chatham Township Committee in 2022. Ron Rubino and Dawn Flynn are long term residents and fiscal conservatives. As recent retirees they have the time to dedicate, the qualifications and the experience to effectively give back to the community that has served their families so well. 
"I have been proud to call Chatham Township home for more than two decades, and I'm ready to put my experience and energy to work in service of my neighbors," Ron Rubino - Rose Terrace, Chatham Township. 

Ron Rubino is a recently retired business executive who has lived in Chatham with his wife for 25 years. Ron has previous experience in municipal government as a Councilman in the Town of Boonton, NJ, and separately as both Police Commissioner and Commissioner of Public Works in Boonton. Ron has volunteered coaching baseball and softball teams in Chatham with both of his children graduating the Chatham Schools. His daugther is a Registered Nurse and his son serves currently in the US Army as a Blackhawk helicopter pilot. Ron himself served in the Army National Guard and is currently serving on Chatham Township’s Open Space committee. 
"I look at running for office as another chance to give back to the Township that has served my family and me so well for 30 years," - Dawn Flynn - Ormont Road, Chatham Township

Dawn Flynn is a recently retired Registered Nurse living in Chatham Township with her husband for 30 years. She has successfully raised six children, all of whom graduated the Chatham School system, and now has nine grandchildren. Dawn was a dedicated volunteer with the Cub Scouts, and proud to count three of her sons as Eagle Scouts. She is active in her Church, serving previously as youth group leader and as a leader for a missions team accomplishing home building in Mexico and serving simultaneously as team nurse. Dawn is determined to maintain Chatham Township as a clean and environmentally responsible community.

Chatham Township Committee

Checks for Dawn Flynn and Ron Rubino can be made out to:
"Elect Rubino and Flynn"
PO Box 210 
Green Village, NJ 07310
Bob Weber and Freddie Bicknese

Chatham Borough Council

Bob Weber and Freddie Bicknese are running for the Borough Council in 2022.  If elected, Bob and Freddie will work hard to ensure Chatham is a safe, inviting, and economically viable community for everyone.

In the Republican candidates’ view, among the many issues facing Chatham are:
-The lack of transparency related to the Post Office Plaza redevelopment project and the need to make sure that any prospective redevelopment takes into account the impact that such projects can have on property values and the small-town feel of Chatham;-The increase in car thefts and the need for enhanced police patrols to combat the thieves who compromise our community’s safety;-The serious danger to children and motorists posed by speeding drivers on roads like Lafayette, North Passaic, Fairmount, and Hillside;-The need to repair and/or replace certain aging Fire Department equipment that may cause danger to firefighters or the public;-The need to improve the downtown district and the overall look of Main Street;-The need for innovative ways to constrain municipal spending, while finding new revenue sources to fund essential services; and-The need to update the Borough’s long-range financial plan, which was last revised in 2017.

Bob Weber served as a Borough Council Member from 2018 through 2020 and has lived on Summit Avenue since 1993 with his wife Jill.  Their three sons all attended Chatham public schools.  A graduate of Rutgers Law School, Bob was an Assistant Morris County Prosecutor for 26 years.  For his second career, he became a certified teacher and is now a substitute teacher for the School District of the Chathams.  Bob has been an active community volunteer for many years, including serving as Cubmaster for Pack 6 and as an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 8 and mentoring Eagle Scout candidates.  He has also been a member of the Chatham Borough Board of Health since 2018.

Freddie Bicknese is a business and financial litigator with many years of experience at large Wall Street law firms as well as smaller New Jersey firms.  A graduate of Rutgers College and Temple Law School, his practice areas have included commercial litigation, defamation, securities fraud, insurance coverage, and consumer fraud.  He and his wife June have lived on North Hillside Avenue since 2010 and their two children attend Chatham Middle School and Milton Avenue School.  A dedicated father who took a break from his law practice to support his wife's career and care for their children, Freddie values family above all else.  Bicknese is a current Member of the Morris County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Advisory Committee, in which he serves on the Legislation and Advocacy Subcommittee.  He also serves as an elected member of the Morris County Republican Committee.

Checks may also be made payable to "Turn Chatham Red" and mailed to 137 North Hillside Ave. Chatham NJ 07928. 

Chatham Borough Council

Checks for Bob Weber and Freddie Bicknese can be made out to: 
"Turn Chatham Red"
137 North Hillside Ave. Chatham NJ 07928

Paul DeGroot for Congress CD11

Morris County Commissioners

Doug Cabana

Morris County Commissioner
25 year Incumbent

Christine Meyers

Tom Mastrangelo

Morris County Commissioner Incumbent

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