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County Democrats endorse Speziale; Sheriff pick angrily opposed by union
[Paterson, NJ]


March 14, 2001
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County Democrats endorse Speziale; Sheriff pick angrily opposed by union
[Paterson, NJ]

Robert Ratish, Staff Writer
March 11, 2001, Sunday
Copyright 2001 North Jersey Media Group Inc.
The Record (Bergen County, NJ)
March 11, 2001, Sunday; All Editions

(PATERSON, N.J.) -- County Democratic leadership chose Jerry Speziale as the party's nominee for sheriff Saturday afternoon, prompting cheers from supporters and outrage from a union that said it would support a different candidate.

The party also chose Bloomingdale Mayor Craig Ollenschleger and Ken Morris of Paterson to run for the Passaic County Board of Freeholders, endorsed state Sen. John Girgenti and Assembly members Nellie Pou and Alfred Steele, and supported Jim McGreevey for governor.

Full story: County Democrats endorse Speziale; Sheriff pick angrily opposed by union
[Paterson, NJ]





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