McCourt, Hernandez and Sharma Announce County Commissioner Bid – Challenge 50 Years of One-Party Rule

McCourt, Hernandez and Sharma Announce County Commissioner Bid – Challenge 50 Years of One-Party Rule

Morristown, New Jersey- TC McCourt (Dover), Judy Hernandez (Parsippany) and Alicia Sharma (Mount Olive) filed their petitions with the Morris County Clerk today to run with the Democratic Party for County Commissioner. After 50 years of one-party rule, Morris County needs new leadership in our government, and TC, Judy and Alicia can be those leaders with real-world experience and bold new ideas.

TC McCourt is a former planning commissioner and current member of the Dover Zoning Board of Adjustment. He serves on the New Jersey Board of Planning Officials and is also secretary of the Morris County Heritage Commission. TC also worked as an advocate for the CCM faculty during their ongoing labor dispute. This will be his second run for county commissioner.

A two-time candidate for the Parsippany board, Judy Hernandez has a professional background in environmental engineering with a long history of environmental advocacy. Judy has served on the Parsippany Open Spaces and Recreation Committee, Planning Board and Environmental Advisory Committee. She currently sits on the board of the Parsippany Child Day Care Center. She is also the founder/co-leader of the Parsippany Green Team, which is working to make Parsippany carbon neutral by 2030.

Alicia Sharma brings a strong financial background to the table. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in business administration, and has worked with commercial enterprises and non-profit organizations for more than 30 years. Alicia is a long-time volunteer and former candidate for Mount Olive City Council. Her volunteerism and community service have earned Alicia a seat on the Mount Olive Recreation Advisory Committee, the Woodfield Community HOA Board, and the Mount Olive Public Library Board.

From school funding to environmental conservation to business development, county commissioners make important decisions that impact the daily lives of all New Jerseyans. If elected, McCourt, Hernandez and Sharma will be the kind of representatives who listen to their constituents. People should feel like they know their Board of County Commissioners.

Recently, sitting Republican commissioners have spent more time fighting than solving the problems facing Morris County. Although they specialize in dysfunction, they neglect to manage the county’s over $300 million budget. If elected, McCourt, Hernandez and Sharma will prioritize the economy, education and the environment to secure Morris County’s future.


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