Harris & Mascia Campaign Launch

May 5, 2018

Joan B. Harris and Robert Mascia kicked off their campaign with an enthusiastic and spirited crowd! Vote Harris and Mascia for Bernards Township Committee – The Choice for Real Change!

Photo credit: Betsy Bacot-Aigner.

Vote Joan B. Harris and Robert Mascia for Bernards Township Committee – The Choice for Real Change!
Joan B. Harris addressing the crowd.
Robert Mascia addressing the crowd.
Ariel Saloman singing the national anthem!
Aditi, Sanyo, Vrinda and friends.
Barbara Brooks with Photographer, Betsy Bacot-Aigner.
The Harris family!
Libby Kallins, Ray and Shane!
Joan B Harris and Robert J. Mascia for Bernards Township Committee with Barbara Brooks, Sara Sooy for Somerset County Freeholder, County Clerk Stephen Peter, Suzanne Glassman, Tom Malinowski for CD-7, Jen Kluger, BTDC Chair Nancy D’Andrea, Robin Gurin and Shanel Robinson for County Freeholder.
Sara Sooy for Somerset County Freeholder
Nancy D’Andrea welcoming the crowd!
Get Out the Vote effort led by Jen Kluger!
Tom Malinowski for Congress – CD7 addresses the crowd
Caroline Roi found a vintage BTDC banner!
Gregory and Laura Begg (Vice Chair and Committee Member)
Committee member Pat Sokolak with Tom Malinowski for CD7.
BTDC Chair Nancy D’Andrea with Tom Malinowski for CD-7.

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