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Fasano will seek new term of office in Freehold Township

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP – An incumbent member of the Township Committee in Freehold Township is seeking re-election to a new three-year term on the governing body.

According to the municipal clerk’s office, Republican Maureen Fasano filed a nominating petition to run for a new term. No other Republican filed a nominating petition and Fasano will be unopposed in the Republican primary on June 7.

No Democrat filed a petition to run for office.

The one available term on the ballot will run from Jan. 1, 2023 to Dec. 31, 2025.

An individual who wants to run as an independent candidate has until June 7 to file a nominating petition and secure a place on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Fasano, who is serving as Freehold Township’s mayor in 2022, has been a member of the Township Committee since 2020.

Prior to joining the governing body, Fasano was a member of the Parks and Recreation Commission for 10 years and chaired the commission for two years. She was a member of the Freehold Soccer League for 25 years as a coach and served as a board member for five years.

In the Freehold Township K-8 School District, Fasano served on the Board of Education’s redistricting committee and passing the budget committee for more than 10 years. She was a PTO president at the Laura Donovan School, at the Clifton T. Barkalow Middle School and at Freehold Township High School (in the Freehold Regional High School District) when her children were students.

Fasano began her professional career as a teacher at Collier High School in the Wickatunk section of Marlboro.

After working as a teacher for six years, she began working at her father’s insurance agency, Lincoln Brokerage, in Brooklyn, N.Y. She and her husband, Eric, purchased the agency from her father in 2008. Since 2013, they have owned and operated a Farmers Insurance Agency in Freehold Borough.

“I am seeking re-election on the Township Committee because I love my hometown and as a lifelong resident, I want to help to continue the outstanding work our governing body has done for the past several decades. We live in an amazing community and I will work as hard as I can to make sure we keep it that way,” Fasano said.

Republicans hold all five seats on the governing body.

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