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League Of Women Voters Sponsors Ridgewood Candidates Nights

Six candidates have filed to change the face of the Village Council
Six candidates have filed to change the face of the Village Council Photo Credit: Facebook

RIDGEWOOD, N.J.– The League of Women Voters are sponsoring a candidates night for the six people running for Ridgewood Village Council .

It will take place in the Village Hall Court Room on April 20 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Six candidates are challenging for three four-year terms in Ridgewood's May 10 non-partisan election.

Mayor Paul Aronsohn, Deputy Mayor Albert Pucciarelli and Councilwoman Gwenn Hauck will not seek re-election.

The event is open to the public "to learn each candidate's position on local issues," according to the village website.

The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan political organization, was founded in 1962.

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