MORRIS COUNTY — Five Morris County Commissioners publicly announced their strong and enthusiastic endorsement for their colleague Commissioner Tayfun Selen in his re-election campaign to be elected to the Morris County Board of Commissioners.
Commissioner Director John Krickus, Commissioner Christine Myers, Commissioner Doug Cabana, Commissioner Stephen Shaw, and Commissioner Deborah Smith unanimously boasted about Selen’s accomplishments and leadership.
“With the help of Tayfun’s leadership, Morris County has not only had four years of zero tax increases, but we also have the second lowest county property taxes in the state.” Commissioner Director John Krickus.
“There is only one conservative choice in this race and a proven Republican winner – Tayfun Selen. Selen is part of the Republican team delivering budget after budget without tax hikes. It is cited by experts as one of the best-run counties in America at managing tax dollars through our AAA bond rating. We need to keep Tayfun working for Morris County. His aptitude for finance, private sector success, and professional background as a CPA and MBA make him an invaluable resource for the County. I am proud to serve with him!” stated Commissioner Deputy Director Christine Myers.
Morris County has a lot to be proud of, which is the direct result of having an all-Republican Commissioner Board. For example, Morris County has the following:
- #1 County College
- #1 Vocation School
- #1 Park System
- #1 Safest County
- Best Roads, Bridges, and Infrastructure
- Highest Income with the lowest unemployment rate
- Leadership in delivering services such as the Sheriff’s Hope One
“From stopping tax hikes to increasing law enforcement funding to record levels and using the power of the office to stand up against woke mobs, I’m proud of the record I’ve built. I’m humbled by my colleagues’ support and the entire Republican Party’s endorsement, and look forward to being a true conservative champion on the Board of Commissioners.” Selen gratefully stated.