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Ten JW Colleagues Who Have Worked With Tamera Matteo Explain Support

To the Editor: Tamera Matteo is a newcomer to politics but a familiar face among the community organizations in town. The president of the John Witherspoon Middle School PTO, a…

Patrick Simon Brings Analytic Talents To Complexities of Municipal Finance

To the Editor: On June 5, voters in the Democratic Primary election will nominate six candidates for the position of council person in the new consolidated Princeton government. Nine candidates…

Liz Lempert Showed Drive, Leadership, Calm In Organizing Regional Effort to Elect Obama

To the Editor: Four years ago in the lead-up to the 2008 election, I met and worked for the young woman who was organizing the regional New Jersey-Pennsylvania effort to…

Jo Butler and Jenny Crumiller Understand Princeton’s Three Defining Physical Elements

To the Editor: The Princeton community — Borough and Township — has long been defined and distinguished by three physical elements: (i) the woods and fields that separate Princeton from…

New Pool Here On Budget and On Time Because Jo Butler Helped End the Debate

To the Editor: I support Jo Butler for Princeton Council. I have known her for several years, working closely with her as the Borough Liaison to the Joint Recreation Board…

As Mayor, Lempert’s Open-Mindedness, Energy, Spirit, Would Provide Just the Right Combination

To the Editor: I believe Liz Lempert is the right candidate at the right time for a new Princeton. She has the unique ability to build bridges and trust between…

Former Mayor Trotman Supports Mayoral Candidacy of Kevin Wilkes

To the Editor: Many of you worked very hard to promote consolidation and were rewarded with its passage in 2011. I suspect that the opponents of consolidation now want the…

Former Borough Mayor Marvin Reed Backs Former Township Mayor Miller

To the Editor: With all the hype about new beginnings and fresh ideas, Princeton voters choosing a government for their newly merged town may want to ask themselves: But, why…

Supporting Patrick Simon’s Candidacy For a Seat on the New Princeton Council

To The Editor: As Princeton residents, we support Patrick Simon’s candidacy for the new Princeton Council. We believe Pat has the highest qualifications and commitment to public service and we…

Letters Supporting Scott Sillars For Council in the New Princeton

To the Editor: I am writing in support of Scott Sillars for Council in the new Princeton.  Scott has served as chairman of the Township’s Citizens Finance Advisory Committee since…