Rahway Republicans Hold Annual Picnic

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From left to right, Brian Flanagan, James Grady, Patrick Cassio, Jeff Spatola, and Ellen Dickson

RAHWAY — Rahway Republicans held their annual family picnic on Aug. 28 at Rahway River Park. More than 50 people attended the get together. Republican Mayoral Candidate Patrick Cassio and his running mates Council-at-Large Candidates James Grady, Jeff Spatola, and 1st Ward Council Candidate Larry Bodine attended, as well as Republican County Freeholder candidates, Elyse Medved, Ellen Dickson, and Brian Flanagan.

A confident Cassio spoke about “getting Rahway moving in the right direction again” and that “he was listening to the tax payers who are tired of business as usual in Rahway City Hall.” He also thanked the picnic committee chairperson Linda Chandler for efforts and the great turnout.


Council candidate James Grady added: “small businesses in Rahway need to be helped with a fresh approach to save downtown Rahway”.

Ellen Dickson explained how Republican Freeholders “will make Union County government smaller and give Union County taxpayers relief”.

Cassio has been campaigning in Rahway since the late spring and according to some long-time Rahway political followers, he offers the best chance for a Republican to win Rahway’s Mayor’s seat in 40 years.

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