Bill Palatucci and Ginny Haines were reelected as New Jersey’s representatives to the Republican National Committee today by acclamation.Read the rest of this entry » Posted: June 23rd, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: New Jersey, NJ GOP | Tags: Bill Palatucci, Ginny Haines, New Jersey, New Jersey Republican State Committee, NJGOP | 1 Comment »
Incumbent Christine Hanlon is being challenged by Eileen Kean of Neptune Township for a two year term on the New Jersey Republican State Committee.
The Committee is comprised on one male and one female from each New Jersey county. The members are elected by Republican voters in the June primary. Primary challenges are rare with the members typically being chosen by the County Committee.
Hanlon and her fellow State Committee Member John Bennett squared off in the race to replace Joe Oxley as Monmouth Republican Chairman last June. Bennett prevailed by 3 votes out of 615 cast. Since then, Hanlon has been the consummate team player. She is an attorney with Archer & Greiner’s Shrewsbury office, serves as the Deputy Municipal Attorney of Tinton Falls, the Atlantic Highlands Prosecutor and a Commissioner of the Monmouth County Board of Elections.
Bennett, who is treasurer of the State Committee, is not seeking a new term.
Middletown Municipal GOP Chairman Peter Carton and Howell Municipal Republican Chairman John Costigan are facing off to fill Bennett’s seat.
The nominations will be decided by ballot during the Monmouth Republican Convention, Saturday morning March 23 at Colts Neck High School.
Bayshore Tea Party Group co-founder Bob Gordon told MoreMonmouthMusings he is considering a run for the committeeman seat in the June 4 primary.Posted: March 12th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2013 Election, Bayshore Tea Party Group, Christine Hanlon, John Bennett, Monmouth County, Monmouth County Republican Committee, Monmouth GOP, NJ GOP | Tags: Bayshore Tea Party Group, Bob Gordon, Christine Hanlon, Eileen Kean, John Bennett, John Costigan, Monmouth GOP, New Jersey Republican State Committee, Peter Carton | 23 Comments »