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State Sen. Kristin M. Corrado (R-Totowa). Photo by Kevin Sanders for New Jersey Globe

Corrado: Republicans can keep Passaic clerk seat

By Nikita Biryukov, October 29 2018 2:52 pm

State Sen. Kristin Corrado thinks Republicans are well-positioned to keep control of the the Passaic after this year’s election.

“I think we have a good chance,” Corrado said of Ronald Fava, who was an assemblyman in the 35th legislative district for a single term in 1975. “He’s a great candidate. He’s working incredibly hard. He’s respected by people on both sides, and he has a really good chance.”

Corrado left the clerk’s office in 2017 when the 40th legislative district’s Republican County Committee members selected her to replace former Sen. Kevin O’Toole.

Walter Davison, who was Corrado’s deputy when she headed the clerk’s office, is serving as her interim replacement. Davison, 76, isn’t running for reelection.

Fava is running against Danielle Ireland Imhof, the Prospect Park business administrator and the wife of Passaic County Board of Freeholders clerk Louis Imhof, for a full five-year term.


Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story said Fava and Danielle Imhof were running for a partial term. They are not.

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