Cindy Burnham, left, addresses the audience as Sean Di Somma, Kathy Horgan and Sharon Lee listen at the Westside Community Group’s annual candidate’s forum Thursday night. (Click to enlarge) By JOHN T. WARD The question of whether to keep or sell…
Call all your friends who live in Hip Town to vote for DiSomma and Burnham: it is way past time to break the all-Dem lock on the town..
Sean is a good man. If anybody can put a fresh change in Red Bank, I believe it is him.
Sean has been injecting Red Bank resident and State Senator Jennifer Beck into his campaign. He should leave her name out of it. The district has been underfunded for years under Beck’s “representation” Trenton. Read the last two paragraphs of this story. It says it all.
Come on man, we know who you really are. Isn’t time to retire your obsession with Beck and your ridiculous facebook page?
The article where she obtained more money for Red Bank Schools….http://hub.gmnews.com/news/2013-03-14/Front_Page/State_aid_narrows_funding_gap_for_Red_Bank_schools.html
If Sean and Cindy want to run for council why are they hiding their $$?
Who is Cindy’s treasurer ? Does she even have one? She has not disclosed any donors or her expenses. Then she is running her mouth all over town about how great she is.
Sean got over $300 from 2 donors, why did he not disclose the info on a C1 form?
Red Bank republican’s treasurer is not even from Red bank, great support.
Why is isn’t the nj election law enforcement commission looking into this? The rep. are spending money, yet not discloseing it?
– all their forms are filed and current. They can have more than one account, and everyone knows one’s treasurer doesn’t need to live in the town- that’s really a stretch, most don’t. Thanks for picking on them, as Republican candidates,for even having any money to spend: a rarity in that town! Means they are running a credible race and asking questions that need to be asked.. Is long past time to break the overly comfortable Democrat gridlock,in a town like Red Bank.. It is just too expensive to live there, for a town of that size: time for some watchdogs with some newer ideas and a closer eye on the spending!
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