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Pequannock Councilwoman Melissa Florance-Lynch

District 40 legislators back Florance-Lynch

By David Wildstein, January 30 2020 1:32 pm

The three Republican legislators from the 40th district have endorsed Melissa Florance-Lynch for Morris County freeholder.

Florance-Lynch, who is seeking a vacant freeholder seat in Saturday’s special election convention, is a councilwoman in Pequannock, which is represented by State Sen. Kristin Corrado (R-Totowa) and Assemblymen Christopher DePhillips (R-Wyckoff) and Kevin Rooney (R-Wyckoff).

“Melissa is an excellent public servant with a record of responsible financial leadership in Pequannock,” Corrado said. “She will be an excellent addition to the Morris County Freeholder Board”.

Earlier today, former Chatham Township mayor Tayfun Selen was endorsed by six top Morris County Republicans: Senate Minority Whip Joseph Pennacchio, Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, Sheriff Jim Gannon, Freeholder Stephen Shaw, former Morris County GOP Chairman John Sette, and Chatham Township Mayor Mike Kelly.

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3 thoughts on “District 40 legislators back Florance-Lynch

  1. Great news. She is clearly the best candidate for Morris county to represent on the Freeholder board. Her opponent Tayfun Selen, is a RINO who supported democratic puppet Mikie Sherrill. This guy is bad news. I really hope County committee nominated the real Republican Melissa Florance Lynch

    1. Mikie Sherrill represents Morris County with integrity and grit. The name calling here is typically Trumpian – and a clear representation of 21st century Republicans.

    2. You should be ashamed of yourself calling fellow Republican Tayfun by that name. He is more Rebulican than you are . Who are you? How dare you call others like that? People like you is bad news for our party. That’s why we can’t get independent votes because of people like you.

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