2017 Republican Candidates

Keith Cybulski

Candidate for Camden County Freeholder

Keith was employed by Sears Holdings for over 40 years until he retired in 2014. He served as a Store Operations Manager in a $30 million store for over four years where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the store. In 2007 Keith was promoted to Construction Project Specialist working out of Chicago and assigned to the Northeast region, where he was assigned from one to as many as six stores to oversee the day-to-day operations of all construction contractors and store personnel for each stores’ project.

Keith was a volunteer Fireman for East Clementon Welfare Fire Co. for over 10 years, eventually serving as President and Captain. Keith also served two years with the Clementon Ambulance squad and served two terms on the Clementon Zoning Board and the Board of Health.

Nicole Nance

Candidate for Camden County Freeholder

Nicole is a licensed minister at GateKeepers Ministries International under the direction of its founders Dr. James & Pastor Deana Treadwell.  She received GateKeepers TEIA School of Ministry’s 1999 “Minister of the Year” Award and in 2010 Nicole received her Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Administration and teaching certificate from JDT Bible College Training Center.

Professionally, Nicole has served as the Founders’ Executive Administrator since 1990 and runs the day-to-day operations of GateKeepers Ministries International.  Nicole sits on the GateKeepers Supreme Board of Stewards and oversees the financial department.  As a certified teacher in JDT Bible College Training Center, she teaches leadership courses for this generation of reformers.

Nicole is very community oriented.  In 2002, she completed a 10-month course sponsored by the Camden Empowerment Zone on how to empower your community.  From 2006 to 2015, she volunteered with the Camden City Mayors Youth Council and  served as the Co-Chair for the last two years of its existence.   In addition she served as the Mayors Youth Council Honorees Committee Co-Chair.  Nicole was also a part of a 13-member team from 2007-2010, Operation Cease Fire, a government funded program to help address gang violence in Camden. She is an active member of the Camden City District Council Collaborative Board.

This mother of two and grandmother of one is the small business owner of Nicole’s Typing Service.

Winston Extavour

Candidate for Assembly

6th Legislative District

Winston Extavour is an attorney and resident of Haddonfield. He migrated from his native Trinidad & Tobago and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1993.  He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York.

Winston comes from humble beginnings as one of 11 siblings whose mother was a factory worker and father a small-time carpenter.  His humble origins did not prevent him from realizing an impressive record of educational and professional accomplishments and experience, which he desires to put to use in service to his constituents.

Winston holds a Ph.D. from the Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland; a Bachelor’s Degree in Modern Languages from the University of the West Indies; a Post-Graduate Certification in International Law & Diplomacy from the Institute of International Relations in Trinidad & Tobago; and, a Juris Doctor law degree from Rutgers University.

He has worked as an Adjunct Professor in International Law & Diplomacy at the Institute of International Relations in Trinidad & Tobago, served his home country as a diplomat and as senior staff member in the Trinidad & Tobago embassy in Brazil prior to coming to the U.S.

Winston is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. He and his wife have two daughters, one a physician and the other a law professor.

David C. Moy

Candidate for Assembly

6th Legislative District

David Moy was born in Camden and grew up in Pennsauken.  He was always an active participant in township sports while attending public schools. David comes from a working class family and has always had an affinity for helping those around him. He entered the workforce at a young age and bought his first home in Pennsauken, where he and his wife of 15 years, Heather, started their family. Now, as an 11-year resident of Maple Shade, David and Heather are the proud parents of four children that attend Maple Shade Public Schools.

David is employed as a Vendor Network Administrator at ARI Holman Automotive in Mt. Laurel.  He serves the community as a coach for youth sports, Responding Secretary of the Maple Shade Girls’ Softball League, a Subcommittee 8 member of the Special Olympics New Jersey Law Enforcement Torch Run, Treasurer of a local non-profit organization, and a member of Square Circle Sportsmen’s Club in Gibbsboro.

New Jersey’s high cost of living and high taxes are causing residents to leave in far greater numbers than ever before. As a member of the General Assembly, David will work tirelessly to help create a thriving New Jersey where every resident can afford to live, raise a family and retire.

Teresa Gordon

Candidate for Assembly

4th Legislative District

Teresa Gordon, formerly Teresa Marchetti, of Mount Ephraim has a strong desire to serve the people of South Jersey in the New Jersey State Assembly.  For her, there is no substitute for honesty and hard work.

As an employee at Shady Lane Nursing Home during her youth, Gordon developed a lifelong passion for serving the elderly.  She is a proponent for veterans and the homeless as well, having been a strong supporter of Wounded Warriors, and My Father’s House organization in Gloucester, a group that works with victims of the opioid crisis.  Gordon is also involved with ‘Faces of Change’ in Camden, a group that seeks to rehabilitate those on the streets through prayer and fellowship.  Gordon treats each person she meets with the same level of respect, regardless of background.

She and her husband of 42 years, John have a life perspective on the paramount importance of faith in God, their personal relationships and family life are a reflection of that.  They have three professionally accomplished adult children.

Gordon is a Realtor at Lenny, Vermaat, and Leonard Realtors in Haddonfield where she has earned several Real Estate NJAR awards and in 2017 was voted one of the top South Jersey Realtors by her clients and peers.

If elected, Teresa will make it her mission to help the families, the veterans, the senior citizens, the homeless, the underrepresented — and you.  She has a spirited enthusiasm to serve the people of South Jersey.