Vote for Michele Dale Nov. 6

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I grew up in West Milford, New Jersey. I'm very proud of that.

I am also very proud to call Michele Dale a friend.

On Nov. 6, Michele is running for Mayor of West Milford Township.

She is the right person for the job.

Michele is smart, easy to speak with and cares about our community.

She is fair, honest and will always give it to you straight.

Michele is a breath of fresh air from many of the politicians in our community.

I am happy that she is able to backup everything she says or proposes with fact and she is known for her well-thought-out proposals and responses to current town issues.

I trust her leading our community.

Michele was a fabulous leader when she was on the Township Council.

She is a talented corporate executive who has what it takes to take care of the people of West Milford.

I truly believe she will be able to enrich our community by doing what she does best—listening to people and then making the right decisions.

Michele is someone who will help the people of West Milford.

I will be voting for her on Nov. 6 and I believe you should too.

Whether you are a Democrat or a Republican, party politics do not matter when it comes to local politics.

Vote for Michele, she has our back.

Marilyn Lichtenberg,

GOP Township Council Candidate

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