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Freeholder D’Amico unequivocally denies MoreMonmouthMusing and Voice of Reason false allegations

More Monmouth Musings and the Voice of  Disinformation have been going on recently about how Freeholder John D’Amico is calling on Democratic Freeholder Candidate Amy Mallet to be dropped from the party’s ticket this fall and about how Freeholder D’Amico and fellow Democratic Freeholder Barbara McMorrow aren’t getting along, insomuch as that McMorrow is considering not seeking re-election next year because she does not get along with D’Amico.

This interested me so much that I decided to call Freeholder D’Amico to see if there is any truth in these assertions. I got off the phone with Freeholder D’Amico just a little while ago and he made it clear there is no truth whatsoever in any statements that he has ever wanted or sought to have Amy Mallet dropped from the county’s ticket. He also stated to me that there is absolutely no possibility that Mallet will be dropped.

As for the false and vicious allegation that Freeholder D’Amico and Barbara McMorrow do not get along and that he treats her with such disrespect that she would not consider seeking re-election because she can’t work with him any longer, D’Amico stated to me that “I have the utmost respect for Barbara McMorrow as a person and Freeholder and I look forward to working with her now and for many years to come”.    

Freeholder D’Amico added that he doesn’t put any stock in More Monmouth Musings, Voice of Reason or any blogs like it, and he looks forward to working with both Amy Mallet and her running mate Glenn Mason, after their election to the Board of Choosen Freeholders this November.

So to the rumors mongers, who like to spread false allegations about Amy Mallet and others , I can say with authority that they are just that, rumors. 

Amy Mallet will not be dropped from Freeholder’s ticket and there is no disharmony between D’Amico and fellow Freeholder McMorrow down at the Hall of Records

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>Freeholder D’Amico unequivocally denies MoreMonmouthMusing and Voice of Reason false allegations

>More Monmouth Musings and the Voice of  Disinformation have been going on recently about how Freeholder John D’Amico is calling on Democratic Freeholder Candidate Amy Mallet to be dropped from the party’s ticket this fall and about how Freeholder D’Amico and fellow Democratic Freeholder Barbara McMorrow aren’t getting along, insomuch as that McMorrow is considering not seeking re-election next year because she does not get along with D’Amico.

This interested me so much that I decided to call Freeholder D’Amico to see if there is any truth in these assertions. I got off the phone with Freeholder D’Amico just a little while ago and he made it clear there is no truth whatsoever in any statements that he has ever wanted or sought to have Amy Mallet dropped from the county’s ticket. He also stated to me that there is absolutely no possibility that Mallet will be dropped.

As for the false and vicious allegation that Freeholder D’Amico and Barbara McMorrow do not get along and that he treats her with such disrespect that she would not consider seeking re-election because she can’t work with him any longer, D’Amico stated to me that “I have the utmost respect for Barbara McMorrow as a person and Freeholder and I look forward to working with her now and for many years to come”.    

Freeholder D’Amico added that he doesn’t put any stock in More Monmouth Musings, Voice of Reason or any blogs like it, and he looks forward to working with both Amy Mallet and her running mate Glenn Mason, after their election to the Board of Choosen Freeholders this November.

So to the rumors mongers, who like to spread false allegations about Amy Mallet and others , I can say with authority that they are just that, rumors. 

Amy Mallet will not be dropped from Freeholder’s ticket and there is no disharmony between D’Amico and fellow Freeholder McMorrow down at the Hall of Records

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It was a great night at the Monmouth County Fair

It was a great night at the Monmouth County Fair, the atmosphere was electric and the weather was beautiful. If like me, you haven’t made it to the fair in awhile I recommend that you go and have a good time. The carnival rides, games and food seemed to be enjoyed by many of those that attended.  And how can you pass up a chance to watch the always exciting pig races!

I spent most of my time meeting and greeting people while helping out at the Monmouth County Democrat’s booth. I was very surprised at how enthusiastic the people were when they stopped by to talk to us. We had a constant and steady stream of visitors and must have register 30 or more new Democrat for the upcoming general election on November 4th. It was also stunning to see how many young people came up to us and wanted to help out.

Democratic Candidate for Freeholder, Glenn Mason of Hazlet, was there all night meeting and talking to interested passersby who all seemed to be genuinely interested in his candidacy.

Also stopping by the booth was Josh Zeitz, Democratic Candidate for the 4th Congressional district. Josh spent a few hours with us and was also greeted warmly by crowds.
I met Josh briefly a few months back at the Monmouth County Democratic mini-convention but never had the chance to talk with him. This time around I found him to be a very nice, down to earth person, who knew the important issues that effected his district. He also had many ideas about how he could bring about change in our nation. I wish him a lot of luck in his uphill battle to unseat incumbent Chris Smith in the 4th district.   

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It was a great night at the Monmouth County Fair

It was a great night at the Monmouth County Fair, the atmosphere was electric and the weather was beautiful. If like me, you haven’t made it to the fair in awhile I recommend that you go and have a good time. The carnival rides, games and food seemed to be enjoyed by many of those that attended.  And how can you pass up a chance to watch the always exciting pig races!

I spent most of my time meeting and greeting people while helping out at the Monmouth County Democrat’s booth. I was very surprised at how enthusiastic the people were when they stopped by to talk to us. We had a constant and steady stream of visitors and must have register 30 or more new Democrat for the upcoming general election on November 4th. It was also stunning to see how many young people came up to us and wanted to help out.

Democratic Candidate for Freeholder, Glenn Mason of Hazlet, was there all night meeting and talking to interested passersby who all seemed to be genuinely interested in his candidacy.

Also stopping by the booth was Josh Zeitz, Democratic Candidate for the 4th Congressional district. Josh spent a few hours with us and was also greeted warmly by crowds.
I met Josh briefly a few months back at the Monmouth County Democratic mini-convention but never had the chance to talk with him. This time around I found him to be a very nice, down to earth person, who knew the important issues that effected his district. He also had many ideas about how he could bring about change in our nation. I wish him a lot of luck in his uphill battle to unseat incumbent Chris Smith in the 4th district.   

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>Mallet and Mason fighting to take over freeholder board

>There is a good article posted today on PolitickerNJ about Amy Mallet and Glenn Mason, Democratic Candidates for the Monmouth County Freeholder race.

The article gives a good description of who the are and what they would like to see change at the county level.
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Mallet and Mason fighting to take over freeholder board

There is a good article posted today on PolitickerNJ about Amy Mallet and Glenn Mason, Democratic Candidates for the Monmouth County Freeholder race.

The article gives a good description of who the are and what they would like to see change at the county level.
Click here to read the story

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