PHOTO: Susan Tidswell is seeking the GOP nomination for AH Council Candidate.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – Susan Tidswell and Stephen Boracchia have been named candidates for the Borough Council, it was announced April 4th, by the Atlantic Highlands Republican Party.
“The Atlantic Highlands GOP is thrilled to present this slate of candidates to our residents,” said Municipal Chairman Jane Frotton “They are committed to providing conservative fiscal management, protecting our environment, and maintaining the charm of Atlantic Highlands.”
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Tidswell, of Belvidere Avenue, is a member of the Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce, the Atlantic Highlands Yacht Club and is a member of the Monmouth County Federation of Republican Women. She is Senior Vice President of Global Clients for First Advantage and also owns, CRO Staffing and CRO Consulting. Previously she was with ManpowerGroup as the Leader of US Sales. She graduated from East London Polytechnic University, has an Executive Business Degree from the Ashridge School of Business in the UK. She also attended Columbia University to gain her Finance Certification. Susan is married to Wayne Tidswell and they are parents of two children.
PHOTO: Candidate Stephen Boracchia is seeking the GOP nomination
Boracchia, of Seventh Avenue, achieved the rank of Captain in the Marine Corps.is a member of the Atlantic Highlands Eugene Allen American Legion Post #141, and the Monmouth County Affiliated Republican Club. A graduate of the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Boracchia received his law degree from Rutgers University in 2007 and is currently employed in the oil and chemical industry. Steve is married to Susan Boracchia and they have a child that is currently enrolled at the AHES.
“Both Sue and Steve have achieved tremendous success both professionally and academically. They are natural leaders that will use their experience to challenge the status quo, generate new ideas, and ensure that the town is fiscally responsible and accountable to taxpayers” said Atlantic Highlands Municipal Chairman Jane Frotton.
“Sue and Steve are not afraid to make the tough decisions based on fact and independent reasoning and will fight to make Atlantic Highlands affordable for all generations” said Frotton. “The Republican Party has put forth the most qualified candidates and we are thrilled that Sue and Steve will be representing us in the fall.”
Borough Elections will be held Nov. 8, 2016. For more information about the Atlantic Highlands Republican Party candidates or on how to register to vote, head to www.facebook.com/atlantichighlands republicans or follow them on Twitter at AH [email protected] you can also call (732) 291-3832.