Burlington County Republicans have picked John Adams and Tinamarie Nicolo to run for freeholder.
Two Democratic incumbents, Tom Pullion and Balvir Singh, are expected to seek re-election to second terms. Democrats will not formalize their slate until their convention next month.
Over the last three years, Democrats have flipped a 5-0 Republican majority on the Burlington County Board of Freeholders to an all-Democratic board. Pullion and Singh won in 2017.
Adams is a former Eastampton councilman and West Point graduate who served on active duty in the U.S. Army JAG Corps.
Nicolo is a teacher and health care executive who served on the Moorestown Board of Education. She sold a multi-location health care practice to become a teacher.
“Voters across Burlington County recognize they were sold a bill of goods that they no longer want. It’s time to return to fiscally-responsible and efficient government by moving the Freeholder Board back to Republican control,” said Burlington County GOP Chairman Sean Earlen. “That resurgence begins today as we endorse our fantastic Republican freeholder candidates John Adams and Tinamarie Nicolo.”