Eatontown — Tiffany Miller has thrown her hat in the ring joining running mate, Lisa Wilson, on the Democratic ticket for Eatontown Council. Miller replaces Pamela Caputo, who withdrew for personal reasons.
Miller is a psychotherapist currently employed as a Crisis Clinician for a leading healthcare provider. Born and raised in Monmouth County, she has been an Eatontown resident for more than a decade.
Miller is an anti-human trafficking and animal rights activist who has devoted most of her career to supporting survivors of domestic and sexual violence. She is an active member of the New Jersey Counseling Association, and has a Bachelor in Social Work and Masters Degree and Post Masters in Psychological Counseling, all from Monmouth University.
“I believe in the true concept of being a public servant and representing my community with integrity,” Miller said.
According to the Eatontown Democrats, a key component of the Wilson-Miller campaign is creating a more inclusive government that is more accessible to all Eatontown residents.
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Unlike many years, Eatontown will have a three-way race for the two available council seats in November’s election.
Edmund F. Fitterer Jr. and Douglas Ronan will seek two council seats for the Republicans. They are citing their heavy involvement with volunteering in Eatontown.
To make matters interesting, Councilman Anthony Talerico Jr. (who was elected last time as a Democrat) and newcomer Virginia East will be running on the “Town Before Party” party in Eatontown.