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Former Salem County Freeholder Dale Cross

Salem GOP picks Dale Cross for county clerk

Republican incumbent Gilda Gill retiring after 20 years

By David Wildstein, March 16 2019 11:53 am

Salem County Republicans today picked former freeholder Dale Cross to run for county clerk on a ticket with incumbent freeholder Scott Griscom.

Republicans are still considering candidates for the second freeholder seat and are expected to do so before the April 1 filing deadline.

Cross, who served as a freeholder from 2009 to 2017, is expected to face Democrat Beth Timberman, a former four-term freeholder, in the race to succeed Republican Gilda Gill.

Gill, 83, announced in January that she would not seek re-election to a fifth term as county clerk.

Salem Democrats hold their convention later today.  Lee Ware, a freeholder since 2001, is expected to be joined on the ticket by Alloway township committeeman Warren Morgan III.

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