Republicans will face each other in North Brunswick primary

North Brunswick Municipal Building



Staff Writer

NORTH BRUNSWICK – Two groups of Republicans will challenge each other in the June primary for the possibility of running against the incumbent Democrats in North Brunswick during the November general election.

Two three-year seats will be available on the Township Council in the fall.

George Callan and Myra Pais will run under the Middlesex County Republican Organization, while Thomas Lichwa will run under the Middlesex County Republicans for Kim party during the June 6 vote.

Democrats Robert Corbin and Robert Davis will not face a challenge in the primary.

For a one-year unexpired term that resulted from Shanti Narra leaving the North Brunswick Council for the Middlesex County Freeholder Board last fall, Republican Richard Pender will challenge Democrat William Lopez in November.

The deadline for Independents to file is June 6.

There are no council seats on the primary ballot for South Brunswick.

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