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Laura Montenegro and Melissa Young are running for Mendham Borough Council

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Laura Montenegro and Melissa Young are running for Mendham Borough Council

It's Time To Canvas!

Friends,

We can win this election and bring a new and needed perspective to the Council, but we need your help to reach as many people as possible between now and November 5th.

Come canvas with us! We'll provide you with a list of houses, campaign materials, and even a script to make it easy for you to help. We're looking for canvassers in the evenings and on weekends.

Please email nancyhellriegel@gmail.com to let us know when you're available!

Thanks,

Laura and Melissa

PAST EVENT
Mendham Borough Labor Day Parade
September 3

A little rain didn't stop us! What a wonderful time we had marching at the Labor Day Parade with candidates Lisa Bhimani and Darcy Draeger for State Assembly, Michael Thompson for Morris County Surrogate, Cara Parmigiani for Morris County Freeholder , Melissa Saharko and Trishna Goswami for Mendham Township Committee, William Schievella for Morris County Sheriff and Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill. And a big thank you to Sheila Grifo Fredericks for hosting us after the parade!

Past Event
Meet and Greet
June 7th

Strong support was demonstrated for Melissa Young and Laura Montenegro, who joined the ticket, at the campaign's first official fundraiser hosted by Deborah Ward.

The candidates addressed the gathering. Among her remarks, Melissa noted that a Democratic presence would encourage the Republicans to be more thoughtful and responsive to citizens' issues. Laura highlighted the important role the council should play to better support Mendham businesses.

Their remarks sparked a lively group discussion of local issues by the gathering.

Attendees of the event included Cary Amaro of Randolph who is running for Morris County Freeholder and Michael Thompson who is running for Morris County Surrogate.

Melissa Young Campaign Launch Party
Melissa Young at the launch party with supporters Debbi Pollinger-Dolche, Nancy Hellriegel, and Laura Montenegro.