6 File To Run For Town Council

By on March 6, 2017

MyVeronaNJ-Election-WinnersSix candidates have filed to run for the three Town Council seats up for election this May. Mayor Kevin Ryan will seek another term but Councilmen Jay Sniatkowski and Bob Manley are not seeking reelection.

According to Town Clerk Jennifer Kiernan, three candidates have had all the signatures on their petitions validated, which means that they are definitely on the ballot. Three others must still have their signatures validated; all candidates must submit petitions signed by 140 registered New Jersey voters to be on the ballot.

Mayor Ryan, who was first elected in 2011, is one of the candidates whose petition has been validated. The other two are Jack McEvoy and Carrie Ford.

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The three candidates whose petitions must still have their signatures validated are Christopher Piccuirro, Edward “Ted” Giblin and Donna Cannizzaro.

This election would have been Sniatkowski’s fifth term on the Town Council. Manley has served on the Council since 2009.

MyVeronaNJ.com will have profiles of all of the candidates once they are confirmed for the ballot. The election will be held on Tuesday, May 9.

If you are not yet a registered voter in Verona, you must be registered by April 18. The deadline to apply for mail-in ballots is May 2. Any registered voter can now apply to vote by mail instead of voting in person.

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