The Haddonfield Civic Association has set the date for a Candidates Forum, in advance of the Board of Commissioners election on May 11.
The event will be held on Zoom on Monday, April 12 from 8 to 10pm, and will be moderated by a representative of the League of Women Voters.
Eight candidates have filed petitions to run in the election. The Board of Commissioners has three members who serve concurrent four-year terms. Two incumbent commissioners are seeking to be re-elected: Commissioner Jeff Kasko and Commissioner Colleen Bianco Bezich. Mayor Neal Rochford announced recently that he will not seek a new term.
The other candidates are Adam Puff, Kathryn Raiczyk, Kevin Roche, Mark Rusc, Frank Troy, and Daniel Zhang. Kathryn Raiczyk was a candidate in the November 2019 election to fill the unexpired term of Commissioner John Moscatelli.
The Civic Association says the forum will give candidates an opportunity to “explain why they are running for commissioner or seeking re-election” and to “discuss their platform and answer questions submitted in advance from Haddonfield residents only.”
To request an invitation to the Zoom event, or to submit questions, go HERE.
Detailed information about the election is available on Haddonfield[dot]Today under the heading COMMISSION ELECTION. Current topics include: