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New Jersey Socialist Party Secretary Elected to Regional High School Board of Education

Published on November 7, 2012, by in General.

On November 6, Pat Noble, who is 19 years old, was elected to the Red Bank Regional High School Board of Education. The high school is in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Noble defeated an incumbent, Nilsa Samol, by a margin of 53.6% to 46.4%. The high school is over a century old and is considered one of the state’s best high schools; see the wikipedia page about the school here.

Noble has been the Secretary of the New Jersey Socialist Party for several years.

7 Responses

  1. Guest

    Is he the only SPUSA member elected to public office right now or are there more?

  2. There is a member of the Socialist Party who was elected to a Citizens District Council in Detroit last year. Besides them, I think they are the only SP members elected to office.

    Couple minor corrections to the article- Pat is 19, not 20, and I think he was only elected state secretary in 2011.

  3. Greg P

    We have a local officer in Florida (Water Board/Commission?) as well. Congrats to Pat!

  4. Richard Winger

    #2, thanks for the age correction; I just now fixed the post.

  5. Illinois Socialist

    Congratulations to our New Jersey Comrade!

  6. Tom R.

    Congratulations Pat Noble!

    Best of luck with the position.

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