Robert Neff will run for reelection as Little Silver Mayor

Little Silver Mayor Robert C. Neff announced today that he is seeking a third term leading the Borough.

Neff, a 56 year old attorney has been mayor since 2011.  He and Council members Donald Galante and Corinne Thygeson are running as a team for the Republican nominations in the primary on June 4 with the “overwhelming endorsement” of the local GOP organization, according to their announcement.

“The committee’s support for Bob was extremely strong, and we look forward to working with Bob and his running mates to continue to serve the people of Little Silver,” said Little Silver Republican Chairman Stuart Van Winkle.

Senator Declan O’Scanlon, a life long Little Silver resident and former councilman, threw his unabashed support behind the incumbents.  “Bob, Don and Corinne have been great to work with and have the heart, desire and drive to continue to do great things for my home town,” O’Scanlon said.

Rick Brandt, 30, a commercial packing and printing salesman, is challenging Neff for the Republican nomination.   Brandt told MMM that he is running because he is a life long resident of Little Silver with deep knowledge and enthusiasm for the town.  Brandt said that he will not have council running mates in the primary.

Posted: February 6th, 2019 | Author: | Filed under: 2019 elections, Little Silver, Monmouth County News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Robert Neff will run for reelection as Little Silver Mayor”

  1. Good to hear. said at 5:26 pm on February 6th, 2019:

    Republicans who have done the job and have support should he supported. It appears we have several towns in the past few years who have weakened their organizations with infighting. Everyone has a right to run, but it seems we have quite a bit of often unnecessary, ego or agenda-driven divisions….

  2. Proud Republican said at 8:22 pm on February 9th, 2019:

    Bob Neff has done a spectacular job as mayor and deserves re-election. We need more like him in local government