Sussex County commissioner accused of sending 'threatening' text to Frankford BOE member
"This bitch doesn't know what she is in for" - Chris Carney, Sussex County Commissioner and Sussex County GOP 2021 candidate
SCDC CALLS FOR COMMISSIONER CARNEY TO RESIGN
There is no room for confusion here, no pause for debate, and is no laughing matter or mere joke. This was a threat, plain and simple. The commissioner actively threatened a constituent because of political differences, full stop. He appears to have felt so strongly about his resolve to carry out this threat that he made his intentions explicit to his political ally, Mayor Civitan.Read more
League of Women Voters Candidate Forum: Commissioners
Mark your calendars for 7 PM next Tuesday, October 5th! The League of Women Voters Candidate Forum will be held at Lake Mohawk Country Club in Sparta . Come show your support for our candidates Vrabel and Paul for Sussex County Commissioner #WorkingForAll.
Sussex County Pride: Sussex County Commissioners’ Bigotry Came Out in Time for Pride
Respecting the dignity and safety of those in the LGBTQIA+ community should always be about humanity, not politics.
“While Sussex County Pride is a non-partisan organization with no formal ties or endorsement of any party, pride is political. Our oppressors have made pride political across the county for years. As long as the LGBTQ+ community has to fight for equal protection under the law and for our rights, it will always be political.”
Primary Election Day 2021
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Happy 2021 Primary Election Day!
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Sussex County Community Leaders Announce H3AL Coalition (Highlighting Equality and Equity through Education, Advocacy, and Love)
Scott Paul: Access For All Sussex County Residents
Elected officials should seek to serve their constituents and prioritize participation. We concur with Scott Paul’s call to ensure access to the County Commissioner meetings for all Sussex County residents.Read more
Partners in the Community Unite to H3AL
Sussex County Commissioner Candidate Scott Paul has continually demonstrated his commitment to bettering the community. His latest endeavor is a coalition comprised of community leaders, faith leaders, and stakeholders, known as the H3AL Coalition (Highlighting Equality & Equity through Education, Advocacy, and Love).
“I've been working on this for the past couple months with some incredible people. Topics of racism and systematic oppression have been a priority for me this past year because I think this is such a crucial time for learning, healing, and progress. The community asked for this and I think they will be proud to see what we have in the works. More information on the H3AL Coalition coming soon ”
- Scott Paul
Sussex County commissioners switch back to in-person only meetings, starting Wednesday
The Sussex County Commissioners will resume in-person only meetings beginning Wednesday at the Performing Arts Center auditorium at Sussex County Community College at 6 p.m.
The county board announced the change on its website. According to the office of the clerk for the commissioners, an audio recording of the meeting will be posted online shortly after the meeting is concluded for residents who don't wish to attend in person
Paul and Vrabel: We All Must Support the Needs of Andover Families and Andover Residents
Sussex County needs leadership that will advocate for meaningful answers and genuine solutions, not premature ballot questions at the taxpayer’s expense and political theatre during election season. Mike Vrabel and Scott Paul will lead with integrity and be #workingforall. Vrabel and Paul for Sussex County Commissioner
“The reality is this premature ballot question will inevitably cost substantial tax payer dollars at a time that we are only beginning to recover from the financial setbacks resulting from the pandemic. The ballot question requests an investigation that is already underway in different capacities and a bi-partisan task force has already been formed. Sadly, this feels less like advocacy and more like the party politics we have gotten used to.”