Monmouth County Republican Freeholder candidate John Curley just called Amy Mallet to congratulate her on her victory, he told PolitickerNJ.com.
“Having won the votes cast in the voting machines, I have fallen short in provisional and absentee ballots,” said Curley, a former Red Bank councilman who now lives in Middletown.
He also congratulate failed Democratic candidate Glenn Mason and his own running mate, Freeholder Director Lillian Burry, who won re-election on Nov. 4th, praising her as an “honest, capable and hard-working friend.”
“I was honored to carry the banner for the Republican Party, and I thank everybody for their commitment and energy on my behalf – you have buoyed my belief in a great place we call home,” said the candidate.
He extended his hand in friendship to those who did not support him.
“You, the citizens of Monmouth County, make this a great place,” said Curley. “Best wishes to all for a great and wonderful future.”