About The New Providence Regular Republican Committee
New Providence is in the 7th Congressional District, State District 21, located in Union County, New Jersey. The New Providence Republican Committee (NPRC) is a Union County GOP Municipal Republican Organization comprised of elected committee members and associates.
The NPRC has 22 elected Republican Committee Members: 1 male and 1 female from each of New Providence’s 11 voting districts. Each Committee Member is elected for a 2-year term on the Republican primary ballot within their residing voting district in even years, or by appointment to fill a vacancy with majority committee consent.
Associate members are nominated and voted on by the NPRC majority for a one-year term at the annual re-organizational meeting held immediately after the primary according to state stature or can be voted in as needed any time during mid-term for a vacancy. The NPRC also has a Young Republican Group (NPYRs).
I. Promote the ideals of the Republican Party in the Borough of New Providence, which include fiscal responsibility, the efficient delivery of municipal services, and the maintenance of moral and ethical standards of behavior in government.
II. Promote the election of Republicans to office at the municipal, county, state and national levels.
III. Facilitate and expand the participation of all citizens of the Borough of New Providence in the political process and foster community outreach.
IV. Carry out the duties of this Committee as delineated in NJSA Title 19-5 and the Committee’s official By-Laws.
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Serving the Community
Your candidate has been part of this community for many years, working tirelessly to make it a better place.
United by a Common Goal
Your candidate knows the value of being connected. That’s why they’re running for this position. Help them help you.
Your candidate can’t win this race without your help. Flyering, word-of-mouth, and donating are all ways of helping us achieve our goals together. political organization.
What has decades of solid governance by Republicans done for the Borough of New Providence?
AAA Credit Rating: New Providence has an “. . . expectation . . . to maintain healthy financial flexibility throughout economic cycles, consistent with a history of strong operating performance and sound reserves” (Fitch Ratings – New York – 29 October 2021) political organization.
2020 2nd lowest municipal taxes among 8 peer communities on a per capita basis
2020 3rd lowest municipal taxes among peer communities on an average basis political organization
Fire House, Rescue Squad, Municipal Center, Standby Power for emergency shelter capability, Hillview School Field, Elkwood Park Field, Oakwood Park Field, Basketball and tennis courts. Two new Fire Engines, Two new Ambulances, New police vehicles
- Providing wastewater system operating services to Summit, Sharing public works equipment Board of Health, Municipal Court.
- New Businesses: New Providence has attracted strong business that are filling space in commercial districts, e.g., Berkeley Aquatic, Lantern Hill.
- Consistently high community ratings by independent review organizations:
- Niche.com – Best Places to Live in New Jersey rated A+.
- CityRating.com – NP violent crime rate 94.4% lower than NJ average and Property crime rate 66.2% below NJ Average.
NJ Family Best Towns for Families – No. 17.
New families coming to New Providence for our lifestyle, location, and schools’ candidates