Castle, Gussen to Square Off at Congressional Forum
Teaneck Deputy Mayor, former Marine compete to take on conservative congressman.
Deputy Mayor Adam Gussen and Jason Castle, who has said he would move from Cliffside Park to Teaneck, are set to appear at the Ethical Culture Society April 25 at 7:30 p.m., Bergen Grassroots announced.
The Bergen Grassroots forum will be run by a moderator who will screen and time questions, said Paul Eisenman, chair of the reform group.
“The format will include a two-minute opening statement, one minute to answer each question by each candidate and a one-minute closing statement,” Eisenman said. “A drawing will be held to establish the order of opening and closing statements.”
Gussen will appear in the Democratic Party column in the primary. Castle collected the required number of signatures but missed a filing deadline and will appear in a separate column.
Hackensack resident Diane Sare is also running in the Democratic primary on the Lyndon LaRouche ticket.
The forum is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Space can be reserved by contacting Bergen Grassroots at 201-692-9600 or email@example.com.