I am a registered Democrat, but in my town of Westampton, I consider myself a Republican. I’ve made this decision based on the past actions of the Westampton Democratic party.
There has been a lot made by some elected officials in Westampton about my involvement in this year’s local election in town. I just wanted to clarify a few points. Sandy Henley and I have
I know some folks cry foul and “negativity” when one points out facts with which they disagree; however, as one of our country’s Founding Fathers, John Adams, once said, “Facts Are Stubborn Things.” In the case
On the evening of Thursday, August 3, 2017, Citizens’ Media TV exclusively learned that the Westampton and Burlington County Democratic Parties have decided to nominate Sandy Henley to the ballot position vacated by placeholder candidate Wilbur Williams.
Current Democratic candidate for Westampton Township Committee Linda Hynes has confirmed to Citizens’ Media TV that Sandy Henley will indeed be her running mate. Henley replaces a “placeholder” candidate originally on the ballot in June, who openly stated that he would not take the position.
In October of 2014, Jason Carty was appointed by Westampton Township to a one-year term as Interim Fire Chief. He was subsequently hired in December 2015 to a five-year contract as “Director/Head of the EMS/Fire Chief.” Only months into his term, Carty’s position was eliminated