Voter Guide for the Clifton City Council - Election Day is Nov.8th


Election day is coming up on Tuesday, November 8th. For Clifton City Council, all seven seats are up for election simultaneously, and five incumbents are running. Both Mayor Anzaldi and Councilman Peter Eagler are not seeking re-election. Below is information on candidates, Q&A's and interviews, upcoming candidate forums, how to register to vote, and a look at the Clifton ballot.

Candidate Interviews and Q&A's

The Clifton Merchant Magazine has candidate interviews in the September & October editions, and will have more candidate features in its Nov edition..

Clifton News & Community Facebook Group Q&A:

Questions from Clifton residents were gathered from the Facebook group, Clifton News and Community and sent to candidates. All seventeen candidates responded, their answers are below exactly as submitted in alphabetical order by last name. Candidates also provided social media or websites where they can be contacted for more information.

Council Candidates A-B (Abedrabbo, Anderson, and Beltran)

Council Candidates D-E (D'Amato, Eisenman, and Eramo)

Council Candidates G (Gibson, Goldberg, and Grabowski)

Council Candidates I-K (Iannarella, Kasper, and Kolodziej)

Council Candidates L-S (Latona, Muoio, Murphy, Pino, and Sadrakula)

Voters can choose 7 candidates on the ballot for the 7 City Council seats.

Candidate Forums -  Several Candidate Forums and Interviews are available to attend or view:

- The Clifton Democrats Club hosted a Candidates’ Forum at City Hall on Wednesday, October 12th that will air on Channel 77 and can be viewed online here.

- The Clifton Jewish Community Council is also hosting a Candidate Forum at City Hall on Oct. 25th at 7:00pm

- The Palestinian American Community Center in Clifton is hosting a Candidate Forum on Wednesday, Oct. 26th at 7:00pm, click on the event here to RSVP

- The “Clifton Ballot Box” is a recorded Candidate Q&A that will also air on Channel 77 during the week before the election.

The Clifton Ballot:

Don’t forget to review your ballot before you vote

Register to Vote

The deadline to register to vote in New Jersey is October 18th - click here for more information on how to register online, by mail or in-person.

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