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Vincent Spinelli Announces the 2020 Election Campaign for Washington Township Mayor & Council

on “The Bob & Steve Show: Bob and Steve Show

“Politics without the BS”
Saturday, May 2, 2020, 8-10 AM on WVLT 92.1 FM

(APRIL 30, 2020 ‐ TURNERSVILLE, NJ 08012) – Vincent (Vin) Spinelli, Republican candidate for Mayor of Washington Township, New Jersey, proudly announces the campaign launch and slate announcement of “The Premier Team for Washington Township 2020”, live and on‐air, on “The Bob & Steve Show: Politics without the BS”, Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM. Constituents are encouraged to tune‐in to WVLT Crusin’ 92.1 FM to learn more about “The Premier Team for Washington Township”, hear from Town Council Candidates, and learn more about the “Make Washington Township PREMIER AgainTM” movement, with live on‐air discussions about current issues, topics, and trends facing New Jerseyans. Live streaming will be available on www.wvlt.com and archived audio downloads will be available on www.bobandsteve.com.

“I am a long‐time resident of Washington Township and, as your Mayor, I will embark on an aggressive plan of action for economic growth in Washington Township. We will create a business‐friendly environment, focus on fiscal responsibility to end irresponsible spending, reduce property taxes, and will provide renewed focus on maximizing government transparency and accountability. It is time to end the institutional corruption of the existing administration,” said Vin Spinelli. To learn more visit www.spinelli2020.com.

Live and on‐air, Vin will introduce fellow Council candidates Anthony DellaPia and Rich Bennett,

both long‐time residents of Washington Township who bring a wealth of experience, coupled with a strong work ethic that will serve Washington Township well. Together, Spinelli, DellaPia, and Bennett make up “The Premier Team for Washington Township.”

Washington Township, with a population of 47,517* residents, has 39 districts and 12 separate polling locations. In 2020, the mayor and two council seats are up for election, with all elected officials serving a term of four years. For more district and polling location information, visit www.wtgop.com.

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