Fantasia and Hertzberg for Sussex County Freeholders


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I am truly blessed to have lived in Sussex County for nearly twenty years. I’ve always been amazed at the caliber of people who call Sussex County their home. Despite our differences, whatever they may be, the recurring theme I have seen recently is concern for the future of Sussex County. I share that concern which is why I am proud to be voting for Dawn Fantasia and Joshua Hertzberg for Sussex County Freeholder on June 5th.

I am lucky enough to call Dawn and Josh friends of mine and I am confident that they are the right people for this job. Dawn is a school principal, the Franklin Borough Council President and a loving mother. Josh is a businessman, the Mayor of Sparta and a proud husband and father. Their records of public service are equally impressive as they’ve both used true conservative principles, in the face of adversity, to triumphantly play a vital role in making both of their communities better places to live, work and play.

Dawn and Josh are the right candidates when it comes to fiscal responsibility and transparency. Their leadership styles, though different, revolve around listening before taking action which should be required when it comes to county leadership. They understand the importance of enhancing services for our seniors and veterans. They recognize the need for communication and sustainable, long range planning to reduce and stabilize taxation.

Sussex County deserves the very best from our county leadership which is why I ask you to join me in voting for Dawn Fantasia and Joshua Hertzberg for Sussex County Freeholder on June 5th. I am excited for both what they accomplish and the positive impact it will have on the future of our home, Sussex County.

Anthony Fasano

Hopatcong



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