Lloyd Deans, Irene Sergonis and Raj Singh worked hard to get Tom Malinowski elected to Congress because they wanted to see someone work across party lines to achieve results for the people of New Jersey and restore the checks and balances needed for good government.
Mount Olive also needs a balanced Town Council that works for the people of Mount Olive and represents their values. All three candidates have diverse backgrounds with the common thread of being willing and able to work with all sides to get the job done. Lloyd Deans is an Iraqi veteran who worked with Republican Congressmen and Democratic State Senators to advocate for better care for veterans. Irene Sergonis did not ask about political affiliation when she served customers in her small business or volunteered in the community. When Raj Singh builds and manages teams of engineers to successfully complete projects in the pharmaceutical industry, he looks at ability and past performance. All three candidates recognize the importance of listening to all sides, providing solutions and being team players to build a better Mount Olive for all.
Our Democracy was built on a system of checks and balances to ensure a just and fair government. A local government ruled by only one party is at risk of making mistakes and promoting improper behavior. The bulk of the township’s 31 million dollar annual budget is funded by taxpayers. The taxpayers should have a say in where the money goes and be confident that every cent is accounted for and that the programs being funded are run efficiently. Lloyd Deans, Irene Sergonis and Raj Singh will work for transparency, accountability and balance to better serve the people of Mount Olive.