Strickland, Sackett, and Ravitz For Morris County Commissioners Launch Listening Tour

Strickland, Sackett, and Ravitz For Morris County
Commissioners Launch Listening Tour

(Morris County) – The Democratic County Commissioner candidates want to hear from you! As candidates committed to listening to their constituents, Justin Strickland (Chatham Borough Councilman), Jonathan Sackett (Rockaway Township Councilman), and William “Bud” Ravitz (Morris Township Committeeman) invite voters to a Summer Listening Tour. All are welcome to bring their questions and concerns about the county issues that matter to them.

Saturday, July 13 10:15 a.m. – noon
Chester Library – 250 W Main St, Chester, NJ 07930
Sign up at

Monday, July 15 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Parsippany Library – 449 Halsey Rd, Parsippany-Troy Hill, NJ 07054
Sign up at

Wednesday, August 14 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m.
Randolph Library – 28 Calais Rd, Randolph, NJ 07869
Sign up at

Mount Olive:
Thursday, August 15 7:30 – 9 p.m.
Mount Olive Senior Center – 204 Flanders-Drakestown Rd Budd Lake, NJ 07828
Sign up at

After decades of a one-party Morris County Board of Commissioners, Strickland Sackett, and Ravitz are ready to revitalize the county with a focus on your voice: Voices that have been asking for a new strategy to combat overdevelopment and better government transparency.

This team of experienced elected officials will always show up for the community. They’ll prioritize community engagement, always seeking to save taxpayer dollars with an eye toward shared services. They know how to make improvements for more livable communities – they’ve done it in their towns and they can do it for the whole county.


Curbing overdevelopment and employing a more sustainable approach. Vision planning entails working collaboratively instead of independently. The County Commissioners should be working in conjunction and with the support of the municipalities – and vice versa.
Increasing transparency and stakeholder participation in County-wide matters
Implementing a more robust approach to calm traffic congestion and improve roads and pedestrian safety for more liveable communities
Expanding senior services to meet the needs of the aging population
Addressing flooding: Investing in flood mitigation through infrastructure, proactive environmental measures, and legislative advocacy
Expanding shared services – a simple way to save taxpayer money and increase services.
Practicing fiscal responsibility

Learn more about Strickland, Sackett, and Ravitz at

(Visited 100 times, 1 visits today)

Comments are closed.

News From Around the Web

The Political Landscape