Candidates File For School Board Races

MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Monday was the deadline for school board candidates to file nominating petitions to run in the April 20 school elections. These are the candidates from Middlesex County.

Carteret (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Dennis Cherepski, Jack Engel and Denise Sanfilippo are seeking re-election.


Cranbury (three 3-year terms): Incumbent Wendi Patella is seeking re-election. Michael Ferrante and Kathleen Wasson are also running.

Dunellen (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Peter Buccino, James Cody and John Paul Osborn are seeking re-election.

East Brunswick (three 3-year terms, one 1-year term): Incumbents Holly M. Howard and Scott J. Luxenberg are seeking re-election. Andrew Baharlias, Brad J. Cohen, Curt Philipczak and Sungchang Tai are also running for full terms. Incumbent Laurie Lachs is seeking the 1-year term.

Edison (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Ralph Errico, Rosemary Meade and Susan Scerbo are seeking re-election. Lori Bonderowitz, Zeena Iyer, John Szilagyi, and Theresa E. Ward are also running.

Highland Park (three 3-year terms): Incumbent Rochelle Gray is seeking re-election. Jerri Aversa and Anne Scherber are also running.

Jamesburg (three 3-year terms): Incumbent Patrice Faraone is seeking re-election. William Cicoria and Daniel Hansen are also running.

Metuchen (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Benjamin J. Small and Rose deVries are seeking re-election. James. J. Jaques and Jonathan Lifton are also running.

Middlesex (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Andrew DeLuise and Donato Scudierro are seeking re-election. Glenn Dickey, James Green and Justin Panzanaro are also running.

Milltown (three 3-year terms, one 2-year term): Incumbents Linda Harold, Philip Paladino and Barbara Pietanza are seeking re-election to full terms. Incumbent Dawn Milburn is running for the 2-year term.

Monroe (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Amy Antelis, Lew Kaufman and Ira Tessler are seeking re-election. Louis Masters is also running.

North Brunswick (three 3-year terms): Incumbents David Higham and Richard Liguori are seeking re-election. George Callan is also running.

Old Bridge (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Abhishek K. Desai and Eugene Donofrio are seeking re-election. Sal Diprima, Andrew Gonzalez, Daniel Kerwin, Frank Piccillo, Linda Seiler and Silvia Zega are also running.

Perth Amboy (three 3-year terms, one 1-year term): Mark Carvajal, Kurt Rebovich Jr. and Israel Varela are running for full terms. Eric Rodgers is seeking the 1-year term.

Piscataway (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Catherine Sucher Greeley, Thomas Mosier and Russell Stoddard are seeking re-election. Jacqueline Littlejohn and Atif Nazir are also running.

Sayreville (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Thomas Biesiada and Curtis Clark III are seeking re-election. Daniel Balka and Helen Bruno are also running.

South Amboy (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Elizabeth DeLucca, Kevin Riley and Cindy Zammit are seeking re-election.

South Brunswick (three 3-year terms): Incumbents Harry J. Delgado, Deborah Taylor and Anna Tupe are seeking re-election. Daniel J. Boyle, Patrick Del Piano and Deven M. Patel are also running.

South Plainfield (three 3-year terms): Incumbent Deborah Boyle is seeking re-election. Christopher Hubner and Gary Stevenson are also running.

South River (three 3-year terms): Incumbent Cynthia Urbanik is seeking re-election. Vera Adelino, Cheryl Beck, Karl Haider and Kevin Nielsen is also running.

Spotwood-Helmetta (two 3-year terms): Incumbents Jerry Hook and John Lavelle are seeking re-election. Ronald Dittman is also running.

Woodbridge (three 3-year terms): Incumbent Brian F. Small is seeking re-election. Scott Brescher, John Golden, Lewis C. Huber, Thomas E. Maras, Debra Reinhart, Monica Michelle Smith and Jonathan Triebwasser are also running.

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