As we seek your support in this year’s election, we have developed a concrete plan to ensure Garwood stays strong by prioritizing public safety and fiscal responsibility as well as working to strengthen the connection with the residents through transparency and communication.
This article was originally published on September 24 in the Westfield Leader. When I ran for Mayor in 2018, I promised to provide leadership for a stronger Garwood for the challenges we could expect as well as those that would undoubtedly occur. We expected redevelopment and taxes to be top
This article was originally published on September 22 on TapInto.net. By Russ Graham and Vincent Kearney We believe Garwood is a wonderful small town, and we want to keep it that way. We also believe it is important to always try to improve. As we seek your support in this year’s
Mayor Sara Todisco hopes you will join her in voting for Russ Graham and Vincent Kearney for a strong Garwood.
By Marc Lazarow, Garwood Councilman This upcoming Garwood Council election in 2020 poses the question of how have our local elected officials listened to the needs of their citizens? As Finance Chair for the last two years, this year I was so enthusiastic when I, along with the Finance
By Vincent Kearney, Garwood Council Candidate In a typical year, when we’re not in the middle of an ongoing pandemic, I would be standing on your porch during this campaign, explaining how the experiences throughout my life have been preparing me to serve the people of Garwood on
We just wanted to drop you a quick Election Update to let you know that Vote-by-Mail ballots are being mailed to Garwood voters on Tuesday, September 15, 2020. What to do if you don’t receive your ballot? If you do not receive your ballot for the November 3rd General Election in 8
Meet Russ Graham, Garwood Council Candidate. Russ is a firm believer in fiscal responsibility, approving a 2020 budget with a 0% impact on the average taxpayer while still properly funding our departments. Vote Column A on November 3rd to re-elect Councilman Russ Graham.
Each year, we set aside the first Monday in September to honor the American worker’s contributions to build and maintain society. But this year’s Labor Day is unlike any in recent memory. We are living through an ongoing pandemic, during which many of our essential workers here in