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Next Tuesday, November 5, is Election Day, and Livingston residents’ ballots will feature two local elections. There will be a special election for a one-year term on the Township Council, and two open seats for three-year terms on the Board of Education. Republican candidate Brandon Minde is challenging Democratic incumbent Michael Vieira for the Council seat. The four candidates for the Board of Education are incumbent Board member Sam Messer, as well as newcomers Seth Cohen, Alyse Berger Heilpern, and Sasha Pailet Koff.

Last year, we noted that Livingston prides itself on its volunteer opportunities, and we hoped that the candidates who did not win would have a continued presence in town, pursuing other positions where their efforts and ideas can be put to good use. That stands again this year. We hope to see all six of these candidates contributing to Livingston for years to come, regardless of the outcome of next week’s election.



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