By Councilman Joe Irace
Oceanport Councilman Joe Irace
For the past eight years, it has been my privilege to serve the people of Oceanport. At all times, I have done what I felt was best for our borough because I, like you, truly love our collective home. As you know, I have been very outspoken on behalf of Oceanport. I have used my position as Councilman to keep Oceanport residents informed of important issues pertaining to Oceanport, oftentimes to my own personal detriment within the very Council on which I serve.
It has been my honor to help the people of this borough, but now I am asking for your help in return on a matter of critical importance:
THIS TUESDAY, Nov. 3rd, is ELECTION DAY. I am asking all of you to vote for write-in Candidates John F. Coffey II (for mayor) and Cullin Wible (for Councilman, full term). I believe Partisan Politics are irrelevant when it comes to doing what’s best for our town. We need strong leaders who personify the honesty, integrity and inclusiveness that Oceanport Residents deserve.
I fully endorse John F. Coffey II (for mayor) and Cullin Wible (for Councilman, full term). They are committed to getting Oceanport back on track. They have vowed toserve only the best interests of the people of our borough. I have confidence in their abilities to do so.
You may remember that the first time I ran for Council, I lost by only 2 votes. Needless to say, every vote counts and yours could be the difference between a win or loss for these two candidates. This election will be one of the closest races we’ve had in years and please DO NOT underestimate the importance of your vote.
Please write in John F. Coffey II (for mayor) and Cullin Wible (for councilman) on Tuesday!
Attached are voting instructions on how to write in these candidates that you can take into the booth with you.
Thank you for your support.
Posted: November 2nd, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: 2015 Elections, Joe Irace, Monmouth County News, Oceanport | Tags: 2015 Elections, Cullin Wible, Joe Irace, John F. Coffey II, Monmouth County News, Oceanport, Write-in campaign | 1 Comment »