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Linwood Attorney, Ocean City Man Appointed to County Board of Elections

Gov. Chris Christie appointed city resident Jeffrey H. Sutherland to the Cape May County Board of Elections.

Gov. Chris Christie appointed city resident Jeffrey H. Sutherland to the Cape May County Board of Elections. (Patch file photo)
Gov. Chris Christie appointed city resident Jeffrey H. Sutherland to the Cape May County Board of Elections. (Patch file photo)
Linwood attorney Jeffrey H. Sutherland, of Ocean City, was appointed to the Cape May County Board of Elections, Gov. Chris Christie announced on Tuesday.

Sutherland and Susan L. DeLanzo, of Middle Township, were appointed to fill the Board Democratic seats that were left vacant when Chairman John B. Feeley and Robert F. Conroy Jr. retired, according to capemaycountyvotes.com.

Sutherland runs a one-man law firm that specializes in real estate, law, elder law, commercial law and litigation, according to his Facebook page.

Sutherland ran an unsuccessful bid for Cape May County surrogate in 2012. He accumulated just over 36 percent of the vote. M. Susan Sheppard won with 63 percent of the vote.

OCnjOC March 19, 2014 at 10:43 PM
Isn't he the guy behind this lifesaving station scam where they get seniors to do a dog and pony show? they claim we should spend all this money to honor dead people while neglecting the City's infrastructure. Isn't he also the guy who represented the BYOB group? He met with the City solicitor and they decided the best course of action was for the BYOB group to litigate with the City (which just happens to mean that both his law practice and the City Solicitor's firm would get more money). Luckily Council rejected that plan. This State is a disaster.

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