Do you believe that ever-increasing property taxes and elected officials pursuing their own agendas are negatively impacting our quality of life in Princeton? Are you tired of never-ending litigation and costly taxpayer financed settlements? Have you concluded that one-party municipal government is unlikely to result in outcomes to the benefit of all Princeton residents?
Local Republicans offer much-needed diversity of thought and experience. Princeton voters increasingly agree that Republicans could bring fresh perspective to muddled local governance. This is evidenced by the fact that Republican candidates for Mayor in the past two years received forty percent of the vote–four times the number of registered Princeton Republicans.
The June 4 Primary and the November General Election will choose two Princeton Council members who will help govern our newly consolidated community. The Princeton Republican Committee welcomes expressions of interest from potential candidates. You could be on the ballot as a running mate of popular Governor Christie! The Primary filing deadline is April 1. We also welcome volunteers who want to help in getting out the vote and actively support Republican candidates.
For more information or an explanation of the election process, please email me at email@example.com
Chairman, Princeton Republican Committee