Diane Greenfield Joins the Republican Team for Bernardsville Borough Council November 2, 2021 Ballot!

The Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee is pleased to
announce that Diane Greenfield was selected by the Committee on
August 17 at their Special Screening Meeting. She will be included on
the November ballot for the Borough Council position vacated by
Councilman Thomas O’Dea who resigned in June. The unanimous
selection of Ms. Greenfield is a great addition to our already dynamic
Republican campaign. 2021 Borough Council Candidates Al Ribeiro and
Jay Ambelang welcome Diane and she will hit the ground running as the
2021 Election Cycle heats up.

Diane has the experience and can-do attitude that will build on the
winning “Ribeiro/Ambelang” campaign team. Diane’s common sense
and business background are a perfect fit to the Republican slate of
candidates for Bernardsville Borough Council.

Diane has a solid background in community service having served on
the Bernardsville Borough Council from December 2018 through
December 2019. During Diane’s tenure on the Borough Council, she
served on the Personnel Committee and as a Council liaison to the
Board of Health, the Historical Preservation Advisor Committee, the
Cultural Arts Advisory Committee and the Shared Court Advisory
Committee. In addition, she currently serves as Chairperson on the
Housing, Property Maintenance and Zoning Enforcement Advisory

Diane has been a team player as an active member of the Bernardsville
Republican Municipal Committee since 2016 and has served as its
Secretary beginning in 2018.

Diane is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickenson University with a BA in Fine
Arts and attended the Professional School of Business where she
received a real estate license.

Diane and her family have been residents of Bernardsville since 1991.
Her two sons attended the Somerset Hills district schools where she
served as chairperson on many fundraising and activity committees.
Diane’s community involvement also includes founding and serving on
the Board of Directors for the Somerset Hills Youth Baseball League
which later became the Somerset Hills Little League.

The Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee extends its
congratulations to Diane Greenfield and her commitment to the
Republican candidates’ victory in November.

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Ambelang ——– Greenfield ——– Ribeiro

Chairman Hugin Blasts Biden Admin’s Disastrous Handling of Afghanistan, Congressman Andy Kim’s Deafening Silence

August 15, 2021
Contact: Alex Wilkes, Communications Director

Chairman Hugin Blasts Biden Admin.’s Disastrous Handling of Afghanistan, Congressman Andy Kim’s Deafening Silence

Today, New Jersey Republican State Committee Chairman Bob Hugin released the following statement amid the Taliban overrunning the Afghan capital of Kabul. 

“This is a sad and disastrous day for the United States. I say this not just as a veteran of the Untied States Marine Corps and Republican Party Chairman, but as an American citizen. The fact that nearly 20 years after the attacks of September 11th, the Biden Administration would allow the heinous and oppressive regime that harbored the terrorists who committed those attacks to re-take Afghanistan, threaten American personnel and our allies, and commit atrocities against women is an appalling and outrageous dereliction of duty. This is damaging to America’s reputation in the world, it’s harmful to our allies and is a colossal foreign policy blunder of the highest order.

“What’s equally appalling and outrageous is the fact that Congressman Andy Kim, who proclaims himself to be a national security expert and who represents a district home to countless active duty service-members and veterans, has been completely and totally silent on this disastrous failure. His silence and failure of leadership is second only to that of Joe Biden’s.”

Special Screening Meeting Scheduled for August 17

The Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee will be meeting at 7:00pm on Tuesday
August 17 for the nomination of a Council candidate to fill the third spot on November’s ballot. This nominee will run to serve out the remainder of Councilman Thomas O’Dea’s unexpired term due to his June resignation. While this Executive Meeting is closed to the public, the BRMC will move quickly to announce the nominee.