Teen socialist takes New Jersey school board seat

A 19-year-old socialist took office last week as the member of a local school board in New Jersey, the Huffington Post reports. Pat Noble, a pharmacy clerk, was sworn-in as a member of the Red Bank Regional High School Board of Education after defeating an incumbent in November’s election, NJ.com reported. Noble is the founder of the Socialist Party of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, which seeks to promote socialist ideals in the two Jersey shore counties. Noble, who unsuccessfully ran for Monmouth County freeholder in 2011, told NJ.com that he hopes to take his socialist views to the school board…

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