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Buena Vista Democratic Club backs Favretto, White for committee

Buena Vista Democratic Club backs Favretto, White for committee

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BUENA VISTA TOWNSHIP — Township Democratic Club members are backing Board of Education member Carlo Favretto Jr. and former Committeewoman Ronnise White for Township Committee.

White, 43, of the Newtonville section, was defeated in the 2020 election by Republican Kurt Renart. She has been a township resident since 2003.

“My conviction has been, and will always be, that I am committed to serving all members of my community, equitably and ethically, regardless of political affiliation and economic status,” White said.

White is married with three adult children who graduated from Buena Regional High School.

Favretto, 30, is president of the Buena Vista Township Democratic Club and graduated from Buena Regional in 2008.

“Over the last two years, I’ve demonstrated my leadership ability and willingness to take action on the Buena Regional Board of Education by advancing improvements to educational programs fit for all students, while ensuring that the BOE is responsible to the taxpayers,” Favretto said.

Ellen Testa and Aaron Krenzer are running for committee on the Republican side.

For more information, visit Facebook.com/FavrettoWhiteforBVT.

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In my first job after college got paid to read the New York Times and summarize articles for an early online data base. First reporting job was with The Daily Record in Parsippany. I have also worked in nonprofits, and have been with The Press since 1990.

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