Booth & Harris Campaign Launch

April 26, 2017

Sally Booth and Joan Harris, Democratic candidates for Bernards Township Committee launched their campaign on Saturday, April 22, 2017!

Campaign Manager, Kat Ma. Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon
Sydney Vollmar, RHS Senior, leading us in a stunning accapella performance of the National Anthem. Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon
Joan Harris addresses attendees. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger
Joan Harris talks with BT resident. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.
BT residents Sanyo Shamsunder and Indira Kuruganti talk with Lacey Rzezsowski, Democratic candidate for assembly 21st district. Photo Credit: Adiit Tandon.
BTDC members Susan Goldsmith and Barbara Brooks enjoying the launch. Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
Campaign Manager, Kat Ma, welcomes the crowd of supporters and guests!
BTDC Secretary, Catherine Santaiti, listening to the candidates! Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
BT residents Sanyo Shamsunder, Radha, Kruti Kapadia, Indira Kuruganti and Gargi Gupta here to meet the candidates and stop to pose for a group photo.
Karen Carrol, Somerset County Board of Elections, and Gregory Booth, BTDC Vice Chair, capturing the energy of the group this morning. Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
Democratic candidate for Somerset Freeholder, Shanel Pullings-Robinson, talking with BT residents Laura Begg and Lisa Cody Winter. Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
Campaign Manager talking with BT residents over coffee and doughnuts…literally. 🙂 Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
Karen Carrol, Somerset Board of Elections, and BT resident Kelly Targett — all smiles! Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
BTDC members Jeff Kluger, Laurie Saloman and Susan Goldsmith. Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
BTDC Vice Chair Gregory Begg talking with residents. Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
BTDC member Pat Sodolak talking with Lacey Rzeszowski, Democratic candidate for Assembly. BTDC District Rep and Campaign Volunteer, Suzanne Glassman and her pups listen in! Photo Credit: Aditi Tandon.
BTDC Chair Nancy D’Andrea introducing candidates and special guests. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.
Attendees talk with Lacey Rzezsowski, Democratic candidate for Assembly. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.
Photo Credit: Jen Kluger
Joan Harris addressing guests.Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.
Shanel Robinson, candidate for Somerset County Freeholder and Stephen Peter, candidate for Somerset County Clerk. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.
District Rep. Pat Sodolak talking with Shanel Robinson, Democratic candidate for Somerset Freeholder. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.
Joan Harris greeting attendees. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.
District Rep Ana Alonso talking with Lacey Rzeszowski, Democratic candidate for Assembly 21st District. Photo Credit: Jen Kluger.

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