YAMPAGLIA CAMPAIGN FOR MAYOR SEEKS VOLUNTEERS TO ASSIST IN DOOR TO DOOR CAMPAIGN
NA Democrats seek canvassers, volunteers to register voters and host table at the North Arlington Post Office each Saturday from 9 AM – 12 PM till Election Day!
With roughly 100 days until the General Election, Councilman Mark Yampaglia, the Democratic nominee for mayor is seeking enthusiastic volunteers to assist in his aggressive door to door campaign to unseat Republican incumbent Joseph Bianchi who is seeking a second four-year term.
Yampaglia, a life-long resident and graduate of North Arlington HS who played Varsity Baseball for the Vikings is an attorney in private practice with an office in Rutherford. Appointed twice by two different mayors and elected four times by voters in 2005, 2008, 2011 and 2016 is running with former Mayor Peter Massa, a Commissioner with the Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA) and first-time challenger and Paragon Sports CFO Josie Papile of Arlington Boulevard.
All three candidates are home grown and college graduates.
Yampaglia and Massa both earned advanced degrees and all three are committed to good schools, excellent services and ensuring North Arlington remains small, safe and suburban.
“This is a ticket that is ready to serve with a specific plan of action. Mark wants to promote unity and open government that translates to responsible public policy in the area of redevelopment, better services and solutions that continue to move North Arlington forward,” offered Nick Antonicello, the longtime Democratic leader.
“This ticket wants to renovate our aging Senior Center, construct new pocket parks and host a permanent Farmer’s Market for residents. He wants to construct a walking and bike path at River Road with the cooperation and assistance of Freeholder Steve Tanelli and continue to build on the goodwill and publicity North Arlington is known for not only locally, but around the state and nation,” said Antonicello.
Interested parties should contact Councilman Yampaglia directly at (201) 502-2612 or Antonicello at (201) 937-4277.