OFFICIALS & CANDIDATES
Mayor Jason Karr
Mayor Jason Karr has ably represented Morris Plains residents since 2007 and is the longest serving Democrat in the history of the Borough. He was sworn in as mayor of Morris Plains on January 3, 2019. Previously, he served as Councilman in the following roles: as Council President (2010 & 2015); as Chair of the Public Welfare, Sanitation and Sewers Committee; as Chair of the Finance Committee (2010 - 2019); and as a member of the Morris Plains Affordable Housing and the Shared Services Committees.
Contact Mayor Karr here.
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Councilwoman Joan Goddard
Councilwoman since January 2019, Joan Goddard is the Council's Chair of the Public Health, Sanitation and Sewers Committee and is the Council liaison to the Board of Health, Municipal Alliance Committee and the Teen Center Committtee. She oversees on behalf of the Council the borough's sanitation, recycling, Clean Communities, sewer contracts, dog warden service and garbage collection activities.
Contact Councilwoman Goodard here.
Councilwoman Nancy Verga
Councilwoman since January 2020, Nancy Verga is the Council's Chair of the Ordinance and Public Utilities Committee and is the Council's liaison to Planning Board and the Board of Adjustment. She works with the Zoning Officer, Building, Plumbing, Electrical, and Fire-Sub-Code Officials, and oversees on behalf of the Council the borough's ordinances, street lights, electricity, water, telephone and cable TV.
Contact Councilwoman Verga here.
Senator Bob Menendez
Senator Cory Booker
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill
Cary Amaro for Morris County Freeholder
For Cara Parmigiani to Win &
to Elect a Bipartisan Council
Cast Only One Vote for Morris Plains Council!
Cara is running against two Republican incumbents, and there are currently two Democrats and four Republicans on the Morris Plains Council. Your ballot will say "vote for two" for Morris Plains Council. For Cara to win and to achieve a bipartisan council, consider VOTING FOR CARA ONLY. The two candidates with the most votes win. If you split your vote between Cara and one of the Republican candidates, both Republicans will win. If you vote for Cara only, you increase the odds that a Democrat and a Republican will win. Voting for ONE is called BULLET VOTING. To learn more, view this video.