Surrogate Kevin Hoagland

Kevin Hoagland is the Middlesex County Surrogate, who improved services for residents with 11 satellite offices, extended hours, and created a speaking program to explain Wills and Estates. 

President and Founder of the Central Jersey Spinal Cord Association, member of the Knights of Columbus, Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick of Central New Jersey, and Elks of New Brunswick.

Resident of New Brunswick, who serves on the Mayor's Committee for a Barrier Free New Brunswick.    



Freeholder Charles Tomaro

Charles Tomaro is a Middlesex County Freeholder, chair of the Administration Committee, and former Edison Township Council President.

As an Edison Councilman, he negotiated the acquisition of 36 acres of farmland for open space preservation and initiated "Dig This," a program to help homeowners receive grants to remove unused underground fuel tanks.  

Member of the Hands of Hope Community Food Pantry Board of Directors and a member of the Board of Directors for the Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park. 



Freeholder Leslie Koppel

Leslie Koppel is a Middlesex County Freeholder, chair of the Finance Committee, and former Monroe Township Council President, who was founder of the Community Garden and preserved thousands of acres of open space while serving on Monroe Township Council.  

Executive Director of Rise | A Community Service Partnership, former chair of the Mercer County Human Service Advisory Committee.  

Lifelong resident of Monroe Township, who holds a Master's Degree from the Bloustein School at Rutgers University.



Freeholder Shanti Narra

Shanti Narra is a Middlesex County Freeholder, chair of the Public Safety and Health Committee, practicing attorney for the Legal Aid Society, and graduate of Georgetown University Law. 

As a former North Brunswick Councilwoman she supported the Transit Village, balanced municipal budgets and stabilized taxes. Active member of the North Brunswick Township Community Emergency Response Team who helped organize shelter operations during Hurricane Sandy. 

Served on the North Brunswick Planning Board, where she was actively involved with planning the North Brunswick Transit Village.