Three seek GOP nod to run in U.F.

No contests expected for elections in Allentown, Millstone, Roosevelt

BY JANE MEGGITT Correspondent

Candidates had to file to run in the June 8 primary election by 4 p.m. on April 12.

While candidates filed to run in all four towns in the Examiner’s coverage area, only Upper Freehold will have a contest.

In Upper Freehold, where two Township Committee seats are available, Mayor Stanley Moslowski Jr. and Deputy Mayor Lorisue Horsnall Mount filed to run for second terms. Longtime Committeeman William Miscoski, who served five terms before deciding not to run for re-election in 2007, also filed for the primary. All of the candidates seek the Republican Party’s nod to run in the general election in November. No Democrats filed for the primary.

In Roosevelt, two Democratic candidates filed for the two available seats on the Borough Council. Incumbent Peggy Malkin seeks her third term, and newcomer Ralph Warnick Jr. seeks the seat of Councilman Kirk Rothfuss, who opted out of a second term on the governing body. No Republicans filed for the Roosevelt primary.

Just one seat is up for election in Millstone. Deputy Mayor Robert Kinsey, a Republican, is the only candidate who filed for the primary. He seeks his third term on the Township Committee. No Democratic candidates filed to run in the Millstone primary.

Allentown has two three-year seats and a one-year seat up for grabs. Longtime resident Audrey Mount, who could not be sworn in to an unexpired term on the Borough Council due to lack of a quorum on April 13, filed to run for a three-year seat, as did newcomer Jean Hunter. Current Councilman Daniel Zorovich filed for the oneyear seat. All are Republicans, and no Democrats filed for the Allentown primary. Current Councilman Donald Swaysland decided not to run for his seat.