Moslowski, Mount will seek re-election in Upper Freehold

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UPPER FREEHOLD – Two incumbent members of the Township Committee in Upper Freehold Township will seek new three-year terms this year.

The new terms will run from Jan. 1, 2020, through Dec. 31, 2022.

According to the municipal clerk’s office, Republicans Stanley Moslowski and LoriSue Mount have filed nominating petitions to retain their seats on the governing body. No Democrat filed a petition to run for office.

An individual who wants to run as an independent candidate has until June 4 to file a nominating petition and secure a place on the November ballot.

During the June 4 primary, a candidate may be nominated by write-in votes to run with a political affiliation.

Mount has been a member of the Township Committee since 2008 and is serving as Upper Freehold’s deputy mayor in 2019.

Moslowski has been a member of the Township Committee since 2008.

In 2016, the last time Moslowski and Mount ran for office, they were unopposed in the general election.

All five members of the governing body are Republicans. Moslowski and Mount are joined on the Township Committee by Stephen Alexander, who is serving as mayor in 2019, Robert Faber and Dr. Robert Frascella.