Get Registered to Vote! (and links to make it easy)

Are you new to town or have you moved within the town recently? Have you voted recently?  The only way Anthony and Ted can begin to implement the changes they are advocating for, and bring fresh faces and ideas to our stagnant, long incumbent town council, is if each and every one of us gets out on November 5, 2019 and votes.  To do that, you MUST make sure you are registered to vote in this town for this election. 

Let’s turn around historical voter apathy and ensure the current council does not close out its second consecutive decade of power.  If you think you can’t make a difference and your vote won’t matter, you are wrong.  Don’t fall into the trap of the “What difference can I make?” attitude that can cause a voter to stay home on Election Day.  Anthony and Ted know that one vote DOES matter, which is why we are meeting one-on-one with voters who would like to get to know us.  Please email us at if you would like to set up a meeting.

There are approximately 5,400 registered voters in our town, and the majority of these voters are unaffiliated with either the Republican or Democratic parties (the latter of which is not  running a candidate this November). 

Simply, your choice this November is between Anthony and Ted OR an incumbent vying for his fourth consecutive term in office and a newcomer handpicked by the group that has enjoyed almost unquestioned power for the better part of the last 20 years.

To make a difference on Election Day, confirm that you are registered to vote in our municipality.  Anthony and Ted have provided a page on their website (click here) for you with links to:

Finally, some of you may have noticed that our Mayor and town council recently stuffed your quarterly property tax bill with what they described as their “first newsletter.” After the Fourth of July Holiday, we look forward to responding to a number of myths contained in the document. Until then, remember this fact: our Mayor and his team have failed to be transparent with the town residents, a fact that North Caldwell Now recently highlighted in its weekly blog (click here to see it again).  Is it a coincidence that after being called out for that conduct, the town council has issued a newsletter trying to persuade you that all is well with the town?  Or, more likely, is it that the council is reacting to the upswell of strength and leadership of the North Caldwell Now movement?

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