Council candidate’s switch makes a crowded mayoral race in Vineland

    There are six – count ’em, six – people running for mayor in Vineland.

    The pool of five candidates got one more after David Mazur, who was running for city council, decided to shoot for a different office.
    The Press of Atlantic City reports the Association of Concerned Taxpayers of Vineland president is looking to improve life for everyone in Vineland and feels the current administration has too narrow a focus.He’s up against incumbent Mayor Robert Romano, former Mayor Perry Barse, City Councilman Douglas Albrecht, former City Council President Ruben Bermudez and former 2nd Congressional District candidate Constantino Rozzo.

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