PRESS RELEASE: NJGOP Checks LD-25 Dem Assembly Candidates

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NJGOP Executive Director Theresa Winegar called out LD-25 Assembly candidates Lisa Bhimani and Darcy Draeger for distorting the truth about Assemblyman Anthony Bucco’s position on lowering healthcare costs. NJGOP’s press release on the issue follows:

Trenton, NJ - Yesterday, LD-25 Assembly candidates Lisa Bhimani and Darcy Draeger released an attack on Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, falsely claiming he opposed lowering healthcare costs. NJGOP Executive Director Theresa Winegar released the following statement checking the Democrat challengers:

"Not only is Assemblyman Bucco a cancer survivor himself, but he has spent his time in public service fighting for New Jersey's most vulnerable citizens. He has consistently supported measures that would expand access to healthcare and make our state more affordable.

“Lisa Bhimani and Darcy Draeger should apologize for lying about a cancer survivor. Voters in Morris and Somerset Counties deserve a debate on healthcare rooted in facts, not political talking points and personal slander.”

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NJGOP Statement On Trump 2020 Campaign Launch

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NJGOP Executive Director Theresa Winegar’s statement on President Donald Trump launching his 2020 re-election campaign tonight:

Trenton, NJ - Tonight President Trump launched his 2020 re-election campaign. NJGOP Executive Director Theresa Winegar released the following statement in support of the President and his campaign:

"The New Jersey Republican State Committe held a packed rally watch party and digital activism training in in Jackson tonight as we cheered on President Trump's campaign kick off. Republicans in New Jersey are excited to get to work for President Trump and help spread the word on his record of jolting the economy into a boom, supporting veterans and securing our nation’s border."

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PRESS RELEASE: NJGOP Launches Digital Campaign To Stop Redistricting Amendment

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The New Jersey Republican State Committee announced today they have launched a paid digital advertising campaign to stop the controversial redistricting amendment. The NJGOP press release follows:

NJGOP Launches Digital Campaign To Stop Redistricting Amendment

For Immediate Release

Trenton, NJ - The New Jersey Republican State Committee has launched a paid digital advertising campaign to stop the controversial redistricting amendment being pushed through the legislature. 

The campaign aims to raise awareness to the dangers of the amendment and continue to grow the coalition opposing the measure. 

NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt  said, "A handful of politicians have demonstrated an alarming willingness to forsake the delicate fabric of the State’s democracy by advancing a redistricting amendment that benefits them and them alone. We're standing with a diverse group of over 50 organizations from around the state that oppose this measure and we are making an early investment to stop this in its tracks. Only in New Jersey, in an era of one party rule, would government grind to halt, along with NJ Transit, so we can ignore issues like pensions and healthcare while we debate debasing the State’s Constitution.”

Chairman Steinhardt published an op-ed expanding on the pitfalls of the legislation that can be read here.

NJGOP Executive Director Theresa Winegar will be testifying in today's public hearing. 

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