Somerset County is home to beautiful historic landmarks and a vibrant small business community which are often overshadowed by the eyesore of abandoned storefronts throughout the county. Melonie will work to leverage this rich history and diverse small business community to grow our local economy while building tourism opportunities and strengthening our community.
Melonie believes that everyone deserves the same opportunities, regardless of how they identify. Melonie will continue to be an advocate for the rights of our LGBTQ+ community and urge the County to finally establish a task force to combat bullying, discrimination, and put an end to bigoted appointments.
Direct Train Service to and from NYC
Melonie understands the importance of an easy commute to New York City for Somerset County’s working families, as well as the importance of being a destination for our local business owners. She will fight to restore the direct train access to and from Manhattan.
With the results of the Freeholder race finalized last week, Somerset County Democrats now prepare to assume control of the county. Click here to read more at mycentraljersey.com.
Congressman Tom Malinowski urges Somerset County voters to elect leaders who reflect the growing diversity of our population. Vote Column 1 on November 5th!
Sheriff’s Officers Endorse Russo for Sheriff, Completing Perfect Game of Somerset County Law Enforcement Endorsements
The Men and Women Who Know the Importance of The Sheriff’s Office Pick Russo, Reject Parenti, Following Every Other Union Representing Rank and File Officers in Somerset County Democrat Darrin Russo has been endorsed for Somerset County Sheriff by the Sheriff’s officers he is running to oversee, as the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #39… Read more
Let’s set the record straight. I’m Melonie Marano and I’m for Freeholder to support diversity and affordability in Somerset County. Vote Column 1 on November 5th!
Let’s set the record straight. I’m Darrin Russo and I’m for Sheriff to bring community-based law enforcement to Somerset County. Vote Column 1 on November 5th!