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Old 11-08-2020, 09:59 PM
Location: New Jersey
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Hello (not sure if I’m doing this correctly or not).

My husband and I have been looking for a while and decided on either North Caldwell or Montville. We have four young children so they play the biggest role on where to decide to go. Obviously we want good education but we also want a town full of children (family town) a town that the community does a lot for the children. Sports is big to us as well ! What we also don’t know is is both towns republican towns or democratic towns. Would you consider one town more friendlier then the other ? We are both Italian not that it matters but we would like to be in a town where there are also some other Italians as well. If I can have some help deciding which town they feel is better suited for a family please share with me

Thank you !!

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Old 11-09-2020, 10:59 AM
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I lived in Caldwell for 4 years and confirm alot of Italians live in the area, even the Sopranos took place in the area, not sure if Montville is as much but im sure have their fair share. Im not an expert in the schools between both of them, but both have good reputations from what I know.

Both Montville and North Caldwell are Republican towns. Montville 19% registered Democrats/ 37% Republican; North Caldwell registered 24% Democrat/ 34% Republican. However each of these areas are now run by a Congressional Democrat because of redistricting in 2018. The farther east you go the more liberal it will get and vice versa.

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