Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The President leads Romney 4129 to 4120 in an unofficial tally released by the City Clerk.
Summit Common Council's Ward I candidate, Al Dill, Jr. garnerd 2,285 votes against 6 write-in candidates. Ward II candidate Rich Madden, the Common Council President won 2,260 votes against 14 write-in candidates, according to unofficial results. Be the first to know. Stay up to the minute on the latest Summit news by liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter and subscribing to our newsletter. President Barack Obama carried Summit according to preliminary voting numbers released by the City Clerks office. Of 14,330 registered Summit voters, 8,372 came out to the polls. Obama has won the 14 electoral votes needed to take New Jersey. In Summit, the Democrat Obama led Republican Romney by 9 votes, 4129 to 4120. In other important local …
Monday, June 25, 2012
Lisa Allen and Elizabeth Bamonde are part of the newly elected leadership of the Summit City Republican Committee.
The Summit Republican City Committee held their first post-reorganization meeting last Thursday, June 21st in Council Chambers. This reorganization and plan for the coming year differs from all of those in recent memory due to the youth and exuberance that will compliment the many years of experience and service. Lisa Allen, recently voted in as chairperson, exemplifies this new breed of membership. Mrs. Allen, her husband, and young children are representative of a large percentage of Summit families. Until now, The SRCC has lacked involvement of younger membership. In addition to Mrs. Allen, Elizabeth Bamonde has been elected Vice Chairperson. Ms. Bamonde is representative of upwardly mobile younger singles in Summit. In her opening…
Friday, June 15, 2012
The candidates and incumbents looking for votes in Summit.
Friday, June 15, 2012
As we look ahead to November’s elections, Summit Patch is devoted to bringing you the information you need about political happenings in Summit, Union County — and beyond. Here's our opening salvo in our coverage of the candidates and issues we'll be following as November draws near. An incumbent Common Council member is seeking reelection this year, and a former member is seeking to come back on board. Republicans Albert Dill, Jr. (Ward 1) and Council President Richard Madden (Ward 2) are the only candidates nominated for council seats, with no opposition from Summit Democrats or Independents. “My goals are to continue to represent the people of Summit with leadership, teamwork, integrity," Madden wrote in a statement. He said he wants to…