Letters to the Editor: Week of October 22, 2018 (Part 1)

The following are letters to the editor submitted to MercerMe. This is Part 1 of two parts. Please note, election season submission deadlines: the last date for LTEs for the election is October 26 and rebuttals are accepted until November 1.

Nice is not enough

I am a life-long Democrat who has been regularly attending Hopewell Township Committee meetings for the past two years. I will be voting for Republican candidate Ed “Jack” Jackowski on November 6. To continue reading, please click this link.

Julie Blake is the right person for the job

I have had the privilege of working with Julie Blake on the Township Committee since January. Julie is smart, hard-working and devoted to making Hopewell Township a better place for all of us. She is also one of the nicest people I know.   To continue reading, please click this link.

Letter in support of Julie Blake for Township Committee

I am writing to endorse Deputy Mayor Julie Blake for another term on the Hopewell Township Committee. I tend to avoid politics considering how divisive the topic is in our country right now, but Julie is one of the few people for whom I make an exception. To continue reading, please click this link.

Vote for Julie Blake for Township Committee

Elections matter. I am writing today to encourage you to vote for Julie Blake’s re-election to the Hopewell Township Committee. While serving on the Committee for the past three years, Julie has demonstrated a great temperament as a government official. She listens carefully, takes in all sides of an issue, and collaborates to reach the best decisions for Hopewell Township. To continue reading, please click this link.

Julie Blake finds workable, reasonable solutions

As a registered Republican, I am writing to endorse the Democrat – Julie Blake – for the Hopewell Township Committee. Julie’s supporters describe her as being a good listener and a warm and compassionate public servant. That is true. But she is also a woman of action. As our deputy mayor, she makes things happen for constituents across the township. To continue reading, please click this link.


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