Jesal Amin for mayor
As a resident of East Brunswick for 24 years, I decided to run for Mayor to give back to East Brunswick, a community that allowed my family and I to achieve the American Dream. East Brunswick is a great place to live and raise a family, but a strong Mayor with a business background has the ability to improve our township not just for the present, but for future generations to come.
As a small business owner who has built successful businesses, managed payrolls, and balanced budgets, I know what it takes to practice fiscal responsibility and make the tough decisions to make ends meet. As Mayor, I plan to utilize my professional background to make sure our local government advocates for East Brunswick’s families and a promote a culture of innovation and opportunities for our small businesses.
Olga Miller for council
I have been fortunate to have a progressive career with a large global chemical manufacturing company but I have always been interested in politics and recent events have inspired me to get involved within our community.
As a mother and a 6 year resident of this amazing town, first, I want to see our parks and playgrounds improved so families can enjoy exploring the outdoors together, and we know how important that is right now! Second, I want to see East Brunswick become a home to more family-friendly businesses and developments to improve the quality of life for generations to come.
suzanne blum for council
Born and raised in East Brunswick, I am currently an active parishioner of St. Bartholomew Church, where I am a Eucharistic Minister and former CCD Instructor. I am currently a committeewoman in East Brunswick Republican Municipal Committee. I have also have been a member and have previously served as the President, Vice President and Secretary in the East Brunswick Republican Club.
I decided to run for Council to give back to the town that has provided the American Dream for my family and I. I want to ensure that future generations see East Brunswick as the destination to live, retire, and raise their families. The first issue I would address is redevelopment: I am advocating for smart redevelopment, with an emphasis on single family dwellings and mix-use developments with small businesses. The second most important issue is reducing the property taxes, my goal is to make East Brunswick a more affordable place for families and small businesses alike.