MORRIS COUNTY — Donald Dinsmore and William Felegi have teamed up with the former Mayor of Pequannock Township, Cathy Winterfield to form a ticket to win three seats on the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Dinsmore, a Harding resident and Attorney declared back in December of 2018 his intention to run for a seat on the Freeholder Board. Since then he teamed up with Will Felegi, a veteran of the National Guard who achieved the rank of sergeant as a tanker. He is currently a Middle School teacher who is also the Former Chair of both the Morris County Young Republicans and Jefferson Republican Club. Most recently the duo announced their formation of a complete ticket aligning themselves with former Mayor and Councilwoman of Pequannock, Cathy Winterfield who is a Financial Administrator at Seton Hall University.
“I am thrilled to be running with Cathy and Will and proud to be using the slogan as ‘The Future of Morris’ because that is what we represent. We are running to bring open government and a greater focus on affordability to the Board.”, says Don Dinsmore.
Will Felegi had this to say, “Morris County is a great place to live. With a rapidly changing economy and targeted attacks by people that want to turn our state into a Sanctuary county, we need smart, resourceful and talented minds that will bring a new sense of urgency and collaboration to the Board. Don, Cathy and I will be the open, honest and resourceful voices on the Freeholder Board.”
“Public service is an honor that I take seriously and with gratitude. I am excited to bring my intellect and vision to the whole county and to represent our part of the county that has been underrepresented on the Freeholder Board for decades. With my commitment to historical preservation and student development, I feel that our team is best suited to serve the needs of Morris County residents for years to come”, said Cathy Winterfield.
You can learn more about the team of Dinsmore, Felegi and Winterfield by clicking here.