Sheriff Mildred Scott
Sheriff Mildred Scott is a lifelong law-enforcement officer who has restored ethics and integrity to the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office. She is the first female sheriff in county history and one of the first women to graduate from the county Police Academy.
Sheriff Scott established the Joint Fugitive Task Force, advanced courthouse and satellite office security, improved use of technology to fight crime and created the first ever Sheriff’s Civilian Academy.
She is a former Piscataway council member and Middlesex County Freeholder, who chaired the Committee on Law and Public Safety.
Freeholder Blanquita Valenti
Freeholder Blanquita Valenti is a three-term Middlesex County Freeholder and former New Brunswick Council President. She is a lifelong educator who has taught high school throughout our county and at Rutgers University.
She has spearheaded the county’s 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness and the Homelessness Trust Fund program, which is dedicated to eradicating homelessness throughout Middlesex County.
Freeholder Valenti is the Founder and Chairperson of the Puerto Rican Action Board, as well as, a member of the county Board of Social Services, the Middlesex County College Foundation Board, the New Jersey Association of Counties and the Latino Arts Center Task Force. She is also a former member of the Visiting Nurses Association.
Freeholder Kenneth Armwood
Freeholder Ken Armwood is a Middlesex County Freeholder and a former Piscataway Council President and Board of Education member. He has been a member of the county’s Task Force on School Violence, which created a state model program for emergency response in schools and continues to work to provide education and vocational training for economically disadvantaged youth.
Freeholder Armwood has fostered economic development by bringing three major high-tech data centers to Middlesex County. He has also worked to enhance services for senior citizens and spearheaded new recreational opportunities for our kids, including the design of a playground where children with and without disabilities could play together
Freeholder Charles Kenny
Freeholder Charles Kenny is a Middlesex County Freeholder, firefighter, former Woodbridge Council President, and an educator. He implemented a Reverse-911 Emergency Alert system, developed a trunk radio system for emergency services and placed defibrillators in police vehicles.
Freeholder Kenny has created new parks and preserved open space, oversaw implementation of annual $500,000 road resurfacing projects and successfully stopped the transfer of New York City garbage by rail through Woodbridge Township.
He created and ran the annual “Support Our Troops” rally and fought for a resolution to expand the Veteran’s Property Tax Relief Program.