CARTERET- Carteret Councilwoman Susan Naples and Councilman Randy Krum will mark the beginning of the campaign season with a “Canvassing Kick-off” event on Tuesday, Sept. 6. The pair will join Carteret Mayor Dan Reiman and a host of volunteers in what will be the start of an aggressive campaign for re-election.
“I’m excited every time I have the opportunity to run for office, because it’s a chance to really interact with those who you represent,” said Naples. “Election season has always been my favorite time of year, and I look forward to discussing local issues and our ideas for Carteret’s future.”
“The idea is to really engage with the residents of Carteret,” added campaign manager Daniel Croson. “We’re going to knock on every door in town. Whether it’s a volunteer, a surrogate, or a candidate themselves, we’ll be out in the field through Election Day. This campaign is based solely on Sue and Randy’s record of results and plan for the future, and we intend to get that message out.”
Croson also said he plans on having Freeholders Charles Tomaro and Carol Barrett, Senator Joe Vitale, and Assemblymen John Wisniewski and Craig Coughlin, all of whom are up for re-election, join in the effort. In addition to door-to-door campaigning, the Naples and Krum team intends to use social media, phone calls, emails, and direct mailers to spread their message of a ‘Better Carteret.’
Anyone interested in volunteering can contact campaign headquarters at 1-888-541-DEMS (3367).
Naples and Krum are being challenged by Republicans Steven Pinchak and Kevin Urban.
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