Wednesday, March 16, 2016

March 29th - Free Seminar - How To Run For County Committee

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County Committee members are elected during the June primary election, every other year. Elected members of the County Committee are the local representatives of both the Republican and Democratic parties for the election district in which they were elected. Sadly, many of these seats are left unfilled; simply due to the fact that many are not aware the elected positions exist.

The New Jersey Taxpayers' Association presents political strategist King Penna to explain the role of County Committee members, how to run, and some best practices for participating in this local elected office. 

Join us Tuesday, March 29th from 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM at the Morris County Public Library (30 East Hanover Avenue, Whippany, NJ 07981; across from the Frelinghuysen Arboretum).

Mr. Penna is the owner of Kingmaker Strategies. He has served as the campaign chairman of several Congressional and Freeholder campaigns in the state of New Jersey.
"The role of County Committee is crucial to organizing your neighborhood around issues that matter to the community," says Dan Pagano, President of the New Jersey Taxpayers' Association. "The time commitment is nominal, but elected members of the committee can spend as much time as they choose making a positive impact on those issues that matter most at the local, county and state level."

King Penna can be reached at his office by phone at 973 951 5910 by email at

Dan Pagano can be reached directly by phone at 973 626 8531 or by email at

Questions about registering for the event, please contact Chris Rogers at

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