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Donald Dinsmore, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Morris County freeholder, with Morris GOP vice chair Laura Ali (FACEBOOK PHOTO)

Dinsmore announces GOP endorsements

Former Assembly staffer challenging three incumbents in ’19 Republican primary

By David Wildstein, December 08 2018 6:21 pm

Donald Dinsmore, a former Assembly staff and Christie administration official who is challenging three incumbent Morris County freeholders in the 2019 Republican primary, today announced the endorsements of 37 current and former GOP officials.

The incumbents – Douglas Cabana, Kathy DeFillippo and Tom Mastrangelo – are expected to seek re-election as a team.

“I am ready to use my experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors to benefit Morris County,” Dinsmore said.

Backing Dinsmore are Republican State Committeeman Larry Casha, former freeholder Hank Lyon, former Republican County Chair Patti Page, former undersheriff Richard Wall, and former assemblyman James Barry.

Dinsmore also picked up the endorsements of Chatham Borough mayor Bruce Harris, Chatham Township mayor Curt Ritter, Harding mayor Christopher Yates, Chatham councilman Len Resto, Butler councilman Doug Travers, Florham Park council president Carmen Cefolo-Pane, Harding committeemen Timothy Jones and Dev Modi, Harding committeewoman Nanette DiToasto, Montville committeewoman June Witty; Mount Olive councilman Alex Roman, Washington Township committeeman Greg Forsbrey; and Randolph councilman Lance Tkcas.

“Don approaches every challenge intelligently and pragmatically, and he has helped his Town maintain its unique character, I know he can do the same for Morris County,” said Yates.

Two Republican municipal chairmen, Louis Valori of Parsipapny and Jayson Kohut of Jefferson, are also supporting Dinsmore for freeholder.

Other Republicans backing Dinsmore: Boonton Republican Club president Marie Fragomeni; former Denville mayor Carol Spencer; former Denville councilmen Gene Fitzgerald and Kevin Scollans; former East Hanover councilman Susan Tietjen; former Harding mayor Louis Lanzarotti; Harding GOP activist Mike Flanagan; Jefferson Township Republican Club president William Felegi; former Madison Republican Club president Jerry Stevenson; Republican activist Lisa LoBiondo; former Morristown Republican municipal chairman Jonathan Wright; Mount Arlington Republican Club president Gene Paradiso; Randolph Republican Club president Karen Jordan; Washington Township Republican Club president Bill Wolgamuth; former Morris County Young Republican vice chairman Jordan Chester; and GOP activist Antony Somma.

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9 thoughts on “Dinsmore announces GOP endorsements

  1. Heard half of this list of endorsements are bogus and premised off of lies by Dinsmore. Lying already and hasn’t been elected.

  2. Dinsmore ran the Motor Vehicle commission into the ground while sitting there. Can’t imagine what he would do to Morris County

  3. Everyone knows that Frank Ludwigg and Paul DeAngelo is Louie Valori. Fact is that Valori was a disgrace to his colleagues on his council and a disgrace to the town of Parsippany. Valori raised taxes almost every year he was on town council in parsippany and even went as far as trying to blackmail his own mayor only to team up with him a few years later to only end up failing miserably and allowing democrats to establish rule in Parsippany because Valori is a weak Republican. Valori is a loser

    1. I am not Louis Valori, but I have to point out that you have posted this nonsense on several articles, with no basis for your claims whatsoever. AFAIK, both Frank Ludwig and Paul DeAngelo are Republicans from Parsippany. I have seen them on different local Facebook groups.

      I know the majority of the members on the council, and I can tell you with 100% certainty that he was no disgrace to them (keep in mind, he was Council President. The council decides who becomes Council President). As for your comments on the raising of taxes, I believe it was Councilwoman Peterson, a democrat, who recently said “there’s no such thing as a 0% increase”, meaning taxes must go up every year. The rate is what is important.

      With the blackmailing thing, I know exactly what you’re referring to, but there is no way to know now if it was Valori and Carifi or Barberio who was lying.

      1. Publius: I believe that the Frank Ludwig and Paul DeAngelo aliases on Facebook are different than the ones on here. I have a feeling I know who the ones on Facebook belong too, the individual posts about politics pertaining to Morris County (not just Parsippany). There has recently been a Tom Gilson posting similar stuff. Here on the globe, I believe the person posting as Ludwigg (notice the extra G) and DeAngelo is different than the one on Facebook, I like the one here personally.

        As far as Lou Valori, thank you for your comments. I am also not Lou, but Lou is a patriot and thanks to the leadership of Mayor Barberio and Council President Valori, Parsippany was able to keep taxes stable while delivering great services.

  4. Frank Ludwigg is little Lou Valori. He’s getting boxed out of Parsippany by his so called buddies, Inglesino and Barberio. Valori has no one loyal to him because ppl finally realize he is part of the problem with the Republican Party.

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