PRESS RELEASE: NJGOP Chairman: Corruption Flu Is Contagious And Spreading Among NJ Democrats 

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In a press release distributed last evening NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt ripped Democrats for the “ethical void among” them. The release speaks for itself:

NJGOP Chairman: Corruption Flu Is Contagious And Spreading Among NJ Democrats 

Josh Welle Falsified A Financial Disclosure Report

Trenton, NJ - New Jersey Democrats are developing a consistent pattern of running into ethics issues in the 2018 election cycle.

Earlier this year, Senator Bob Menendez was severely admonished by a bi-partisan Senate Ethics Committee for his corrupt and unethical behavior.

Just yesterday, Governor Phil Murphy doubled down and defended the illegal hiring of a former elected official who was convicted of taking $26,000 in bribes. 

Congressional candidates Andy Kim and Tom Malinowski have each taken illegal tax breaks for their Washington D.C. homes, while they run for office in New Jersey.

The Burlington County Democratic organization stood by candidate George Youngkin even after it was revealed that he was arrested for assaulting his wife and harassing another woman.  

And now, according to a report,  New Jersey Congressional District 4 Democrat challenger Josh Welle falsified a financial disclosure report. Welle owes $130,424.14 in delinquent taxes to the State of Delaware for a business that he co-founded in 2015. He wrongfully reported on his Financial Disclosure Statement filed with the Clerk House of Representatives that the company was dissolved.

"There is an ethical void among New Jersey Democrats," said NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt. "It starts all the way at the top with corrupt Senator Bob Menendez and Governor Phil Murphy and trickles all the way down. Bob Menendez is patient zero of the corruption flu and he's coughing all over candidates like Josh Welle."


PRESS RELEASE: NJGOP Chairman Calls On Kim To Take Down Ad

NJGOP Chairman Calls On Kim To Take Down Ad


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Trenton, NJ - Earlier today, independent fact checkers at the Washington Post determined that Andy Kim's latest campaign ad includes false claims about Kim's resume. 

The Washington Post reported that Andy Kim engaged in “a classic case of resume puffery”, oversold “his bipartisan credentials”, and stretched “his resume to elastic extremes”.

This is not the first time Andy Kim has been caught lying on the campaign trail. Earlier this year, Kim embellished his resume when he claimed to have served as a “strategic advisor” to Generals David Petraeus and John Allen in Afghanistan back in early 2011 but, later in 2011, confessed to being a simple “Notetaker.”

Kim was forced to change the language on his website after the truth regarding his position was revealed.

"Once again, Andy Kim was caught red handed trying to fool voters in South Jersey. Integrity dictates that he pull his ad from the air immediately and replace it with an apology," said NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt. "If Kim isn't comfortable running on his true, professional experiences, then perhaps he’s figured out for himself that he’s not qualified to serve in Congress."