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Bordentown Cemetary Association

210 Crosswicks Road
Bordentown, NJ 08505
(609) 298-0605
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Moore Funeral Home

517 Farnsworth Avenue
Bordentown, NJ 08505
(609) 298-0330
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Florence funeral home director interested in Allen's open seat - Burlington County Times

Monday, February 06, 2017

His announcement cited his previous "hard-fought race" against Allen in 2007, as well as his affection for the district, which spans from Bordentown Township south to Palmyra and east to Mount Laurel and Moorestown."As I receive word of (Allen's) upcoming retirement, I would like to announce my interest in pursuing her seat as state senator of this great district, spanning all towns that I love, many running along the Delaware River, and other great towns to our east," Dennison said in a statement.During the 2007 race, Allen defeated Dennison by a close to 14 percent margin to retain her Senate seat.Dennison said he was proud of his 2007 effort."I think my team and I fared pretty well," he said. "Sen. Allen proved to be a very worthy adversary. In all, I would like to thank her for that very fair race, and I would also like to thank her for her many years of service."A long shot to unseat Allen in 2007, Dennison faces similar odds in winning the Democratic nomination for the seat this year as both of the district's Democratic Assembly members — Herb Conaway and Troy Singleton — have expressed interest in running.Conaway is the more senior of the two, but Singleton has been the more prolific fundraiser and has strong ties to some key trade unions.New Jersey Building and Construction Trades Council President William Mullen and the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825 have endorsed Singleto...

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Florence funeral home director interested in Allen's open seat - Burlington County Times

Monday, February 06, 2017

His announcement cited his previous "hard-fought race" against Allen in 2007, as well as his affection for the district, which spans from Bordentown Township south to Palmyra and east to Mount Laurel and Moorestown."As I receive word of (Allen's) upcoming retirement, I would like to announce my interest in pursuing her seat as state senator of this great district, spanning all towns that I love, many running along the Delaware River, and other great towns to our east," Dennison said in a statement.During the 2007 race, Allen defeated Dennison by a close to 14 percent margin to retain her Senate seat.Dennison said he was proud of his 2007 effort."I think my team and I fared pretty well," he said. "Sen. Allen proved to be a very worthy adversary. In all, I would like to thank her for that very fair race, and I would also like to thank her for her many years of service."A long shot to unseat Allen in 2007, Dennison faces similar odds in winning the Democratic nomination for the seat this year as both of the district's Democratic Assembly members — Herb Conaway and Troy Singleton — have expressed interest in running.Conaway is the more senior of the two, but Singleton has been the more prolific fundraiser and has strong ties to some key trade unions.New Jersey Building and Construction Trades Council President William Mullen and the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825 have endorsed Singleto...