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|Candidate for |
New Jersey Senate District 25
|Profession||Mayor of Wharton|
Chedwidden is the Mayor Wharton and the deputy director of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders, serving the board in a number roles and committee positions. Via his work on the board, he aided the Morris County Improvement Authority in its renewable energy project which seeks to add solar panels to more that 14 government buildings. In addition to his political positions, Chegwidden works as a teacher at Morris Knolls High School. He is married and has three children.
- See also: New Jersey State Senate elections, 2011
|New Jersey State Senate District 25 Republican Primary, 2011|
|Anthony Bucco Incumbent||65.8%||8,361|
- William Chegwidden, Facebook page
- Our Campaigns, William Chedwidden Biography
- Project Vote Smart biography of William Chegwidden
- Morris Town Green, "That didn’t take long–Tony Bucco takes gloves off in state Senate campaign," April 21, 2011
- Morris Town Green, "Freeholder Bill Chegwidden kicks off GOP primary campaign against Tony Bucco for state Senate" April 21, 2011
- NJ.com, "Wharton Mayor Chegwidden announces bid for N.J. Senate seat against long-time legislator Bucco," April 24
- Policker NJ, "Bucco v. Chegwidden in 25th District," May 6, 2011 (dead link)