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The Branchburg News • June 2012 • Page 9 Primary Election is June 5


This painting on a slate board at the Little Red Schoolhouse has reminded generations of Branchburg residents about our freedom to vote.


Republicans and Democrats will choose their party’s nominees for President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, General As- sembly, Board of Chosen Free- holders, Township Committee and District Committees in the June 5 Primary Election. Polls are open 6 am – 8 pm.


In Branchburg Township, three candidates are seeking the Republi- can nomination to run in the fall for two three-year Township Commit- tee seats: incumbent Mayor John Sanford, former School Board Member Patti Bowers, and cur- rent School Board President David Rehe. Long-time Township Com- mittee Member Kate Sarles, whose


term is expiring this year, chose not to run for re-election. No peti- tions were filed by Democrats for Township Committee.


The Somerset County Board of Elections will mail informational sample ballots to registered voters about a week before the election. Branchburg has 14 voting dis- tricts and six polling places. Dis- tricts and their polling places are: 1, 3: Branchburg Central Middle School. 2, 13: The Station House. 4, 7: Stony Brook School. 5, 10: Branchburg Rescue Squad Build- ing. 6, 9, 11, 14: Branchburg Municipal Building. 8, 12: Hyatt House (formerly Hotel Sierra).


On June 5 – There is a Choice


Branchburg Republican for


Township Committee David REHE Dave is a Conservative Republican voice:


• Independent of Developers • Independent of Special Interests • Independent of Establishment Politics


Learn about Dave at: www.DavidRehe.com


VOTE  Column 5 on the 5th Paid for by REHE for Township Committee


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