Senator Tom Kean administers the oath of office to Al Morgan.
New Providence has a great friend in our Congressman, Leonard Lance. He is a fixture in our community and a leader who serves with great dignity and respect for all points of view.
Congressman Lance is a representative who listens and brings the experiences and ideas from his constituents to Washington to craft national policy. I’ve worked with him in public office and can attest to his judgement, thoughtfulness and attention to the issues that make local, state, and federal government work. He builds bridges and has successfully navigated a polarized national environment to see meaningful legislation signed into law.
Despite Union County being far from his native Hunterdon, Leonard Lance is consistently in attendance at our street fairs, town halls, recently at our New Providence Lions Club event, and at Eagle Scout ceremonies.
Leonard Lance has been effective in Washington and we need to keep him there.
This Tuesday, November 4th, I will be seeking election to the office of Mayor of New Providence, and would be so honored for your vote and your confidence.
New Providence is a very unique and special place. Preserving our small tight-knit, hometown community feel, and our quality of life is of paramount importance and my priority. I am a man of the people and believe with all my heart that my experience, commitment to our community, coupled with my vast resources and ability to work closely with our residents in a trusted forum will most beneficially forge New Providence ahead. Uniting, bringing people to the table, and my strong record of proven leadership is why I feel so compelled to run again. Together, we can broaden our business and economic growth, and tackle vital issues facing our community with integrity and honesty.
New Providence has always been my home. I was born here, educated through our schools here, started my business here, and am raising my family here. I am very well rooted, whole-heartedly invested, and completely committed to making New Providence the best it can be for all of us.
I care. I care deeply about you, about us, about New Providence, and about our future. As your Mayor, I promise to promote an environment of unity, hometown pride and spirit, and work with all of you to forge New Providence ahead in the PIONEER SPIRIT of cooperation preserving our small hometown community and quality of life.
Please visit our website, almorganformayor.com.
Please join us on Election Day for an Election Night Party, Nov 4th, 8pm, at Creative Wallcoverings and Interiors at 560 Central Ave in New Providence.
Everyone is welcome to this fun and free celebration!
JOIN OUR HOMETOWN SPIRIT!
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Councilman Rob Munoz, Councilman Dr. Bob Robinson, Councilman Gary Kapner, Council President Michael Gennaro, Al Morgan, Councilman Armand Galluccio and Councilman Jim Madden celebrated on primary night in the borough on Tuesday at Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors, Ltd.
Mayoral candidate Morgan, Robinson and Galluccio ran unopposed in the primary. They will now run in the November election.