Page 24 Thursday, October 30, 2008 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION
Union County Republican Candidates for Freeholder
Westfield Polling Places
Districts 1 and 2: Roosevelt Interme-
diate School Gym, 302 Clark Street.
Districts 3, 5 and 7: Franklin Elemen-
tary School Auditorium, 700 Pros-
pect Street. Districts 4 and 6:
Westfield Memorial Library, Pro-
gram Room, 550 East Broad Street.
District 1: Union County Annex, 300
Districts 2, 3 and 6: Washington El-
ementary School Auditorium, 900 St.
Districts 4 and 5: Wilson Elementary
School Auditorium, 301 Linden Av-
Third Ward Courtesy of Carol Kearney
District 1: Westfield Rescue Squad, SURPRISE VISIT...A couple claiming to be John McCain and Sarah Palin visit
335 Watterson Street. The Westfield Leader and The Scocth Plains-Fanwood Times Halloween party
Districts 2, 3 and 4: Edison Interme- Saturday night. They were interviewed by Geno the Clown for their positions on
& Joe Franchino
diate School Gym, 800 Rahway Av- the November 4 election.
enue. Scotch Plains
Districts 5, 6 and 7: Jefferson El- Your State Legislators
ementary School Auditorium, 1200 Polling Places ---LD-21---
Boulevard. Districts 1, 2 and 3: Park Middle Sen. Thomas Kean, Jr. (R)
5-Point Plan for Union County Fourth Ward
Districts 1 and 2: McKinley Elemen-
School, New Gym, 580 Park Avenue.
Districts 4 and 5: Scotch Plains Li-
203 Elm Street
Westfield, N.J. 07090
tary School Auditorium, 500 First brary, Adult Lib. Room, 1927 Bartle (908) 232-3673
Response to Economic Downturn Avenue. Ave. Asm. Jon Bramnick (R)
Districts 3 and 4: Westfield High Districts 6, 7 and 8: Evergreen School, 251 North Ave. West
School Lobby, 550 Dorian Road. New Multipurpose Room, 2280 Ev- Westfield, N.J. 07090
Freeze all new hires until 2009. All vacant positions must be District 5: Jefferson Elementary ergreen Ave. (908) 232-2073
reviewed over the next 60 days to determine whether they will be School Auditorium, 1200 Boulevard. District 9: Scotch Plains-Fanwood Asm. Eric Munoz (R)
H.S., Main Entrance, Westfield Rd. 57 Union Place, Suite 310
funded in 2009. Fanwood Polling Places District 10: Brunner School, Front Summit, N.J. 07901
Lobby, Westfield Road. (908) 918-0414
Districts 1 and 2: Borough Hall, 75 N. ---LD-22---
District 11: St. John’s Baptist Church,
Eliminate or severely limit expenditures. All county Martine Avenue.
Fellowship Hall, 2387 Morse Ave. Sen. Nicholas Scutari (D)
District 3: Children's Specialized Hos-
expenditures are to be reviewed and approved by department pital, South Ave. Districts 12 and 13: McGinn Elemen- 1514 E. Saint Georges Ave.
tary School, Center Lobby of Gym Linden, N.J. 07036
heads prior to being submitted to the county purchasing division. Districts 4 and 5: Terrill Road Chapel
Wing, Roosevelt Avenue. (908) 587-0404
Districts 6 and 7: Library Asw. Linda Stender (D)
Districts 14, 15 and 21: Union Catho-
Eliminate all non-essential travel. No out-of-county travel (other lic High School, Lobby, Martine Ave. 1801 East Second St.
Garwood District 16: Union County Vo-Tech Scotch Plains, N.J. 07076
than prisoner transfers and other mandatory travel) will Polling Places School, Baxel Hall, 1776 Raritan Rd. (908) 668-1900
Districts 17 and 18: Terrill Middle Asm. Jerry Green (D)
be permitted unless justified, subject to department head and District 1: Firehouse Building, 415 School, Aud. Lobby, 1301 Terrill Rd. 17 Watchung Ave.
freeholder Board approval. South Avenue Districts 19 and 20: Coles Elemen- Plainfield, N.J. 07060
District 2: Borough Hall, 403 South tary School, Lobby, 16 Kevin Road. (908) 561-5757
Avenue District 22: Southwyck Village Club
Eliminate taxpayer-funded entertainment expenses. Only hold District 3: Garwood Public Library, House, 1 Carriage Drive.
411 Second Avenue
events such as Music Fest if they are 100% privately funded. District 4: Garwood Public Library,
411 Second Avenue General Election,
Propose spending cuts up to 10 percent. All divisions and Vote on Two Public Questions
agencies are to submit 2009 budget requests that reflect a 5- Mountainside
Public Question 1: Voters Must Approve State Authority Bonds
percent reduction from the adjusted 2008 budget, and to identify Polling Places Payable From State Appropriations (A Yes vote would require voter
Districts 1 and 6: Municipal Build- approval of bonds and close the current loophole around the
options to reduce budgets an additional 5 percent if necessary. ing, Court Room, 1385 Route 22. Constitution).
Districts 2, 7, 8 and 9: Deerfield El- Public Question 2: Amend the Constitution to permit selection
ementary School, 302 Central Av- and appointment of certain judges by Statue rather than as currently
Paid for by: Republican Committee of Union County, 115 Grove Street E, Westfield, NJ 07090 enue and School Drive. required by the Constitution ( A Yes vote would change the Consti-
Districts 3, 4 and 5: Presbyterian tution to permit this).
Church, Assembly Room, Deerpath
and Meeting House Lane.