Tinton Falls Mayor Endorses Hanlon and Curley

Tinton Falls Mayor Gerald M. Turning

Tinton Falls, NJ—Tinton Falls Mayor Gerald M. Turning announced today that he will be voting for Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon and Freeholder John P. Curly on November 3rd. Turning urged all Tinton Falls and Monmouth County voters to do the same.

“I can personally attest to Christine’s abilities given my experience working with her while she served the people of Tinton Falls with distinction as the Deputy Director of Law,” said Turning.  “Christine’s keen intellect, strong work ethic and unshakeable integrity served Tinton Falls very well.”

“Christine has already brought new energy and enthusiasm to the job that serves Monmouth County very well,” continued Turning.  “I am looking forward to seeing what she accomplishes for the people of Monmouth County during her full term of office.”

“Further, Freeholder John Curley is a watchdog of government ethics and a bulldog fighting wasteful spending, “ Turning said.  “Monmouth County taxpayers are fortunate to have such passionate advocate in office.”

“John is just as passionate in supporting the less fortunate among us as his is in fighting for the taxpayers,” continued Turning.  “There is no stronger advocate for the taxpayer of Monmouth County than John Curley.”

“Christine and John are two of our finest public servants.  Please join me in supporting them on November 3rd with your vote,” concluded Turning.

Turning is a registered Democrat and says he’s been one since California Governor Jerry Brown ran for President in 1976. Hanlon and Curley are Republicans.

Posted: October 13th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: 2015 Elections, Monmouth County News, Tinton Falls | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Tinton Falls Mayor Endorses Hanlon and Curley”

  1. Bob English said at 9:39 am on October 14th, 2015:

    I went to a huge rally attended by Gov. Brown at Airport Plaza the night before the NJ Primary in 1976…..

  2. Yawn said at 9:08 pm on October 14th, 2015: