Meet Joe Giralo, Republican Candidate for Atlantic County Clerk
Joe Giralo is as hard-working and likeable as you can find in both public service and elective office.
Giralo is running for the Republican nomination and the right to take on Ed McGettigan, the long-time Atlantic County Clerk.
Giralo has displayed class, dignity and respect, and he’s essentially cleared the Republican field.
Giralo possesses decades of experience within Atlantic County government and he’s been elected to both the Hammonton board of education and city council over the years.
Giralo is currently employed at the Atlantic County Improvement Authority, where he supports federally funded housing programs that support low income residents of Atlantic County.
Giralo has been active in public service since the age of 18 when he was appointed to the Hammonton planning board.
Today, Giralo is a 5 year member of Hammonton Town Council. Prior to that he served on the Hammonton Board of Education for 15 years.
During his time at the Hammonton Board of Education, Giralo led a complete turnaround in the district, which was in a financial deficit.
When Giralo left the Hammonton Board of Education 15 years later, the Hammonton students directly benefited from a record budget surplus and world class facilities.
Giralo is also an active member of the Hammonton community and a founding member of the Crusin’ Classics Car Club, where he is a past president.
Giralo is also a member of the Knights of Columbus in Hammonton along with the Hammonton Lions Club.
Giralo is currently a trustee for the Saint Mary of Mount Carmel Parish. He received the appointment to the post from Bishop Dennis Sullivan.
Now you know who Joe Giralo is. He’s done a lot thus far during his lifetime.
He’s a candidate straight from central casting. I predict that Giralo will be the most formidable opponent that McGettigan has ever faced. His like ability is also off the charts.
A significant intangible that cannot be overstated is whether or not the general election will be a traditional one, or, a mostly all vote by mail election.