A native of the New Vernon section of Harding, Don Dinsmore works for a small, family-owned business in Montville. His private sector experience gives him insight into how businesses in Morris County operate. Previously, he served as Chief of Staff for then-Assemblyman Gary Chiusano, a staunch advocate of lower taxes and fiscal responsibility.   

He currently serves as Chairman of the Harding Township Historic Preservation Commission and is Secretary of the Spring Street Community Development Corporation, a non-profit organization providing food and tutoring services for underprivileged children.

He has previously served as Deputy Counsel for the Morris County Republican Committee, on the Chatham Borough Planning Board, President of The Republican Club of the Chatham, Vice Chair of the Harding Republican Club, and Sergeant-at-Arms for the Morris County Republican Club Alliance.

 

About Don....

About Will....

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From a young age, Will Felegi felt a calling to public service. He volunteered for service with the National Guard, and achieved the rank of Sergeant as a tanker. Following his service, Will attended Kutztown University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education prior to pursuing a career in public education. At present, he teaches middle school history to students with learning differences and is an adjunct professor at William Paterson University. 

Will and his wife Amanda moved to Riverdale in 2009 before purchasing their first home in the Lake Hopatcong section of Jefferson Township in 2016. He is former President of the Jefferson Township Republican Club, a former Chair of the Morris County Young Republicans, and former Vice Chair of the Riverdale Library Board of Trustees. Additionally, he has volunteered on numerous local, state, and federal campaigns and is a member of the National Rifle Association (NRA).

 

Cathy Winterfield moved to Pequannock in 1994 and has been active in her community ever since. She is a former Mayor, Deputy Mayor, and Councilwoman who served as Council Liaison to the township’s Historic District Commission and Environmental Commission. Additionally, she has served as President, Vice President, and Treasurer of the Glens Community Board of Trustees.  

A graduate of William Paterson University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting, Cathy is employed as a Financial Administrator at Seton Hall University.